Joining Forces to Fight Hunger

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9 December, 2013

Debate continues over the role of public-private partnerships in providing development assistance. We spoke to World Food Programme Ass. Exec. Dir. Elisabeth Rasmusson about that agency’s approach.


Home Field Advantage at the UN

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25 September, 2013

Steve Saideman on why it’s true the UN is only as good as its members, but that doesn’t mean its structure doesn’t shape how those members interact.


Where R2P Goes From Here

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21 August, 2013

An interview with Jennifer Welsh, who was recently appointed Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on the Responsibility to Protect, on the future of norm.


Diplomatic Drought

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1 April, 2013

Steve Saideman on what possible reason the Harper government could have for pulling out of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification.

Brundtland Revisited

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4 February, 2013

The lead author of the Brundtland Commission’s landmark report on sustainable development reflects on the state of the world 25 years on.


Trolling the Caspian

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15 November, 2012

Sarah Logan and Madeline Carr on Internet freedom, the Internet Governance Forum, and Azerbaijan.