Morning multilateralism, June 21
Diplomats at the United Nations debate whether observers should stay in Syria. The Rio final text is a done deal; almost all observers underwhelmed. Plus, is the UN Environment Program Rio’s big winner? At Rio, development banks pledge $175 billion for cleaner transportation systems; plus, the World Bank will spend $600 million upgrading Nairobi’s infrastructure. ...
Diplomats at the United Nations debate whether observers should stay in Syria.
Two weeks before ASEAN ministerial meeting, a sharp exchange between China and Vietnam.
Don’t expect the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to save Afghanistan.
Canada joins Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.
Report: New EU states have struggled to spend allocated infrastructure funds.
IAEA chief insists that access to the Parchin facility in Iran is a "matter of priority."