Annan was one of the world's most celebrated diplomats and a charismatic symbol of the United Nations who rose through its ranks to become its first black African leader.
China’s energy policy seems perplexing: It is implementing coal-use reductions at home, yet helping to build coal-fired power plants abroad.
United Nations judges have suspended an appeals hearing after a convicted man drank from a small bottle in court and claimed to have taken poison.
Although she is currently the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, in the past Power has called out Kissinger for his role in human rights abuses.
Strange the way things line up, the through-lines that suddenly reveal themselves amidst the twists and turns of historical progression.
In lieu of our regularly scheduled radio show, we present a summary of some of this week's most interesting original content, including the goings-on in Gaza and the trouble with Executive Order 12333.