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A Requiem for Cambodian Elections
August 04, 2018

A Requiem for Cambodian Elections

By Will Brehm
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen scored a resounding electoral victory, who is really to blame for such an outlandish result?
Detailing an Arbitrary Detention in Tajikistan
July 06, 2018

Detailing an Arbitrary Detention in Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
The details of Dushanbe’s human rights violations tell the story of a state afraid of its own people but not of international law.

Notes From Kazakhstan’s Mission to the UN
January 15, 2018

Notes From Kazakhstan’s Mission to the UN

By Anuar Ayazbekov
Kazakhstan is positioning itself at the heart of global diplomacy.

Top UN Official to Visit North Korea
December 06, 2017

Top UN Official to Visit North Korea

By Ankit Panda
The UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs will visit North Korea in a rare visit.

In Afghanistan, a Struggle to Leave No Woman or Child Behind
December 04, 2017

In Afghanistan, a Struggle to Leave No Woman or Child Behind

By Tadamichi Yamamoto
Gender-based violence is pervasive in Afghanistan, but activists see a change in the wind.
Uzbekistan Aims to Move Regional Cooperation From Talking Points to Reality
November 14, 2017

Uzbekistan Aims to Move Regional Cooperation From Talking Points to Reality

By Catherine Putz
Uzbekistan wants to breathe life into regional cooperation with the help of the UN and EU.

On Asia: An Interview With UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
November 08, 2017

On Asia: An Interview With UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

By Maurits Elen
Unity in the UN Security Council is key to solving Korean crisis, says Guterres ahead of ASEAN Summit.
Lessons from the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda
November 02, 2017

Lessons from the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda

By Jessica Zimerman
Why gendered approaches to peace and security are now more important than ever.

Don’t Be Fooled by Sri Lanka’s UN Engagement
October 27, 2017

Don’t Be Fooled by Sri Lanka’s UN Engagement

By Taylor Dibbert
Colombo remains unserious about transitional justice.

Uzbekistan in the Spotlight
September 30, 2017

Uzbekistan in the Spotlight

By Catherine Putz
The center of Central Asia has turned its focus to multilateral regional cooperation.

Should China Now Lead UNESCO?
September 22, 2017

Should China Now Lead UNESCO?

By Grace Guo
The move would represent a step in the wrong direction for the organization.
Are the Rohingya Facing Genocide?
September 19, 2017

Are the Rohingya Facing Genocide?

By George Wright
A single word; the most heinous of crimes.

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