A new report indicates the government is unwilling to take action, because its officials believe the planet's fate is already sealed.
The General Assembly's reaction causes the president to smile and interrupt his speech to remark that he didn't expect such a reaction.
Our fixation on efficiency and markets is destroying whole swaths of the planet. Only a genuine people's movement can offer a remedy.
Experts assembled by the Human Rights Council cite the Saudi-led coalition's repeated attacks on civilian targets.
Tehran appeals to the International Court of Justice in a bid to have U.S. sanctions lifted following Trump's decision earlier this year to reimpose them. It calls the president's move "naked economic aggression."
"Either we act with unprecedented speed, or we face a bleak future," argue authors David Splatt and Ian Dunlop.
Nearly 3 million new refugees were created between 2016 and 2017, as the U.S. and European countries cracked down on asylum-seekers.
A U.N. General Assembly resolution that condemns recent violence in Gaza is adopted, while the Indian Student Federation boycotts Hewlett Packard for its alleged involvement in the oppression of Palestinians.
Despite the “missing in action” U.S., participants believe the just-ended talks in Germany made progress—but too little and too slowly.
What is taking place there should serve as our wake-up call. We are one bad decision or miscalculation away from Armageddon.