A consensus among moderates committed to a pluralistic future could form the basis for rescuing Libya.
The issue with R2P is not a lack of political will or intervention machinery, but that the strategic logic of humanitarian intervention gives rise to a profound dilemma.
The protection of civilians has become a core priority for the United Nations. But there are limits to what can be achieved.
A controversy over a holiday practice in the Netherlands draws the attention of the United Nations.
A seat on the United Nations Security Council is not always attractive for states. This article explains why.
Saudi Arabia has little to gain from UN Security Council membership and potentially much to lose.
Three maps show how global ideological conflict has changed since 1980.
The more states trade with China, the more they start voting with China (and against the U.S.) in the United Nations.
Why has President Obama failed to close the gap between the U.S. and the rest of the world in the United Nations? Some data and some answers.