Come December 2019, the West’s social democracies could be gone through quite a
few changes at the top. British PM Theresa May might not even make it through to
the New Year. In a year’s time Angela Merkel’s shaky coalition will have probably ...
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters will travel to
Washington D.C. tomorrow for talks with US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and
other senior members of the US Administration. “The United States is a very close ...
It was a gathering of activists masquerading as deep thinkers. Ostensibly, it was
to celebrate seven decades of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, one devised
in the aftermath of a traumatised world and easier to do so for that fact. But this ...
Women activists around the world have been at the forefront of the battle for human
rights in 2018, Amnesty International said today as it launched its review on the
state of human rights over the past year.
Minister Kelvin Davis will represent the New Zealand Government at Wednesday’s
state funeral for President George H. W. Bush, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced
today. President Bush passed away at the weekend at the age of 94. He served as President ...
The death of certain political figures, notably those of a vast imperium, is bound
to provoke less criticism or critical insight than soul searching pursuits. With
the US in the mauling clutches of Donald J. Trump, the nightmare that was supposedly ...
On February 27, 1992 Albany Law School in Albany, N.Y. convened a Symposium on the
subject of “International War Crimes: The Search for Justice.” The Symposium
organizers invited the author to come in for the express purpose of arguing the case ...
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