Jordan’s history in international security matters make it a solid candidate to fill Saudi Arabia’s rejected seat in a quick vote, particularly when the legality of a 14-member Security Council isn’t certain.
This morning, Security Council watchers were left “baffled, perplexed, puzzled, and scratching their heads” with
Will the UN General Assembly elect states with problematic human rights records to the Human Rights Council?
Elections and appointments take place rather frequently in the UN system, as do training seminars
Last year, Western governments carried out intensive and ultimately successful campaigns to prevent Iran’s election
From today’s Turtle Bay: Indeed, India has made it clear that its support for Syria’s
From Ted Piccone, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director at the Brookings Institution, in an article about