Secretary-General António Guterres lays down the law in a new memo dealing with the cash crisis.
Testimony of African eyewitnesses to the U.N. secretary-general’s death was dismissed because of their lack of education and perceived susceptibility to political manipulation.
An annotation of one of the most controversial and complicated moments of the Trump presidency.
The United Nations has long disputed that Washington has a right to block people from the New York headquarters—going back to Yasser Arafat in 1988.
Parliament delivers a blow to Boris Johnson’s power grab.
A generation ago, the Taliban promised to prevent Osama bin Laden from targeting Americans—then came 9/11.
The White House and Foggy Bottom are at odds over the value of blue helmets.
Assad’s shaky case for innocence in the face of war crimes charges crumbles at the United Nations.
Read the 1972 Simla Agreement between India and Pakistan over Kashmir.
With the State Department imposing new travel restrictions on Iranian diplomats, New York City influencers trek across town to see Tehran’s foreign minister.
Outgoing U.N. official pleads a case for the tobacco industry, saying health expertise and cigarette jobs can contribute to global prosperity and improved understanding of health risks.
A 1963 U.S. intelligence assessment underscores how many countries—even Sweden—were exploring nuclear weapons programs at the height of the Cold War.