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Can the UN Push Afghanistan and the Taliban Back to the Negotiating Table?
June 23, 2021

Can the UN Push Afghanistan and the Taliban Back to the Negotiating Table?

By Catherine Putz
If the path to peace in Afghanistan is via negotiation, the Taliban don’t seem to be keen on taking that road.

The US and China at the UN: Global Diplomacy
February 09, 2021

The US and China at the UN: Global Diplomacy

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jeffrey Feltman.
UN Security Council Condemns Military Takeover in Myanmar
February 05, 2021

UN Security Council Condemns Military Takeover in Myanmar

By Sebastian Strangio
The U.N.'s top body condemned the military's seizure of power without explicitly calling it a "coup."

India’s Recent UN Victories Are Not Necessarily at China’s Expense
October 07, 2020

India’s Recent UN Victories Are Not Necessarily at China’s Expense

By Arkoprabho Hazra
Beijing’s heft at the U.N. is unlikely to help India’s ambitious multilateral reforms agenda.

Analyzing Kazakhstan’s First Tenure at the UN Security Council
March 22, 2019

Analyzing Kazakhstan’s First Tenure at the UN Security Council

By Wilder Alejandro Sanchez
As the first Central Asian state to sit on the UNSC, what did Kazakhstan achieve?

Why Did Nehru Want the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations?
April 07, 2018

Why Did Nehru Want the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations?

By Nabarun Roy
What history tells us about India’s support for the PRC in the 1950s.

US North Korea Policy After the Olympics
February 10, 2018

US North Korea Policy After the Olympics

By James J. Przystup
A closer look at Washington’s policy options after the likely expiry of the Winter Olympic truce.
Kazakhstan Wins Seat on UN Security Council
June 29, 2016

Kazakhstan Wins Seat on UN Security Council

By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan beat out Thailand for a non-permanent seat on the security council.

New Sanctions on North Korea Target Loopholes and Elites
March 03, 2016

New Sanctions on North Korea Target Loopholes and Elites

By Catherine Putz
The most stringent measure mandates the searching off all ships coming from North Korea.

India's Infatuation With the UN Security Council
April 27, 2015

India's Infatuation With the UN Security Council

By Kabir Taneja
Permanent membership of the increasingly anachronistic body would offer prestige, but little else.

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