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
The UNESCO Executive Board has begun is meeting and will soon elect its candidate for
Things are heating up for the Asian slate in this fall’s HRC elections. Vietnam and
The world’s legislature is presided over by individuals selected in perhaps the last meritorious process in the UN system.
Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it. Edmund Burke As we focus
UNESCO has been in crisis for nearly two years. When the UNESCO General Conference met
A bipartisan group of U.S. Congress members are asking the Obama Administration to oppose Francis Gurry’s re-election
What role will rumored controversies and the broader politics within WIPO have on the election?
The organization’s 20th General Assembly made news more for the election of its co-president than for its top official
The country’s entry into the races make the African slate a rare competition for the continent.
Francis Gurry may face challengers for his job next year, to be decided in one of the more transparent selection processes used among international agencies