Egypt and Sudan continue to insist on a tripartite agreement to manage Ethiopia’s contentious plan to execute its Renaissance dam on the Nile.
Tag: Security Council
At the root of UN appointments lies a tension between member states’ interests, and a commitment to impartial and effective world leadership. Today, the pendulum has swung too far; a rebalance is in order.
If the UN survived the Cold War and a later unipolarity, shouldn’t it be thriving in a multipolar world?
The United Nations has taken great strides toward increased global justice and equality, but more needs to be done.
As conflicts keep erupting worldwide, the UN must seriously consider limiting the P5’s veto power.