The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, May 29

In the wake of the Houla massacre, UN envoy Kofi Annan and Bashar al-Assad meet. Meanwhile, UN human rights officials find that many victims were executed in their homes. Marking International Day of UN Peacekeepers. World Bank education funds allocated to Iraq sit unspent. How much would the European Central Bank lose if Greece left ...

In the wake of the Houla massacre, UN envoy Kofi Annan and Bashar al-Assad meet. Meanwhile, UN human rights officials find that many victims were executed in their homes.

Marking International Day of UN Peacekeepers.

World Bank education funds allocated to Iraq sit unspent.

How much would the European Central Bank lose if Greece left the Eurozone?

Leaked United Nations report says Rwanda has been aiding rebels in Congo (again).

Jakarta plans to create a diplomatic zone for ASEAN diplomats; plus, a call for ASEAN to join the Six-Party talks.

Brazil readies security forces for the Rio+20 summit.

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