Daily Archives: April 17, 2016

Climate Change: A Result of Human Unsustainable Activities Threatens Word Peace and Development

For a decade now the issues surrounding climate change have been at the centre of all international, diplomatic, and local discussions for the simple reason that the planet is suffering due to environmental degradation, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, and all sorts of pollutant that is being injected into the air. […]

Summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Ends in Resolution Against Iranian Interference

On Thursday this week the two-day summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was hosted by the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul. Over 30 national leaders from the Muslim world were invited to the summit, which aimed at overcoming differences on issues of migration, terrorism, and Palestine. […]

The Next UN Secretary-General: Change or Continuity?

  The UN Secretary General is a world moderator – described officially as “equal parts diplomat and advocate, civil servant and CEO”. The first UN Secretary General, Trygve Lie, described it simply as “the most difficult job in the world”, and there is a new selection of hopefuls vying for […]

Responsibility to Protect and the UN Security Council: An Outdated Preventive Doctrine

Almost five years have passed and the United Nations has estimated that more than 250,000 people have been killed since the Syrian conflict began, which includes 500 children, according to UNICEF.  United Nations Security Council, the guardian of world peace and stability, has not only failed to prevent the war […]