Thresholds of Dialogue with Hamas and Russia
Buying and Spending in a Country at War: How Has the UNHCR Been Performing in Ukraine? “Okay, but...” UN Auditors Say, Flagging a Few Problems
Volker Türk's Inextinguishable Belief in Human Rights
Time Bombs in Gaza and Beyond
Daniel Warner | As the Israel Defense Forces continue to bomb and invade Gaza, there are several other time bombs ticking away.
The worrisome rise of transnational repression—Geneva and other UN host cities are concerned
Exclusive: A new stage for Zelensky’s peace plan—the Human Rights Council
The US Must Not Personally Humiliate Putin
Keren Yahri-Milo | The cracks in Putin’s hold on power are beginning to show. But Ukraine’s allies must focus on increasing military and economic support while avoiding personal attacks, as Putin could respond by making the war even more brutal and unpredictable.
Strengthening the EU-Latin America Strategic Partnership
Daniel Rocha | Ahead of the CELAC-EU summit, the EU and Latin America have an opportunity to forge closer ties on trade and economic opportunities, as well as present a united front on common values.
‘First-class’ and tech-savvy: Switzerland pops the champagne for the end of its first-ever Security Council presidency
ILO further isolates Belarus
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