Trump’s Iran gambit is sweeping, punitive, and has little chance of success.
An alliance of international health organizations are competing with the United States and other rich countries in an effort to secure vaccines for the world’s neediest.
Beijing insists the World Health Organization should act according to “the one-China principle.”
But Russia blocks the reopening of a critical border crossing for humanitarian aid.
A new report says the Middle East’s poorest country is uniquely vulnerable, as it records its first case of the coronavirus.
Human Rights Council minutes show meetings are being dramatically cut back.
Beijing seeks to deflect criticism that its carelessness caused a global crisis.
The United States seeks to rewrite the history of international peace efforts in the Middle East.
Report cites “serious concerns that basic fair trial standards were not respected.”
Three decades ago, a perfect storm of miscommunication, miscalculation, and human error in the heat of battle caused the United States to make a mistake similar to the one Iran just did.
Report says it is not clear that Tehran orchestrated an attack on Saudi oil facilities.
Protesting U.S. visa delays for United Nations-based Russian diplomats, Moscow says some U.N. meetings should be held in Geneva or Vienna.
Britain, France, and Germany say Iran’s ballistic missile program is inconsistent with the nuclear deal and improves its capacity to deliver nuclear payload. Tehran counters that Europeans have failed to meet obligations under the pact.