IAEA Contest Follows Amano’s Sudden Passing
The announced retirement in July of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Yukiya Amano for unspecified medical reasons, followed shortly by the revelation of his
Amidst backdrop of growing tensions at the WIPO, two candidates have been formally nominated to head the organization.
With five candidates for four seats, one aspirant will find itself left on the sidelines and one will be joining the Council for the first time.
In September, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced that he had decided to to create a
This morning, Security Council watchers were left “baffled, perplexed, puzzled, and scratching their heads” with
Today’s contest for five non-permanent seats on the UN Security Council offered no surprises.
Next month’s Assembly of State Parties will fill the vacancy created by Carmona’s resignation earlier this year
UNESCO has a very complex mission of global importance. It was designed with a weak
Cuba‘s entry into the Human Rights Council makes the Latin American and Caribbean slate (GRULAC)
The 58 members of UNESCO’s Executive Board on 04 October nominated Irina Bokova (Bulgaria) for
The material from Jeune Afrique mentioned in my last post is now available online. It