Confidence in the UN could fall to an all time low if Moscow continues to manipulate the Syria peace process to its military advantage
Is China ready to play a bigger role at the United Nations?
European leaders need to find a way to put President Putin back on the diplomatic defensive and the UN may be the best place for them to act
It's not easy being a European in the Big Apple ahead of UN General Assembly
Europe faces a worsening security situation on many fronts and needs tools – new and old – to stabilize its neighbourhood
Using international stabilization forces to restore order in Libya, Syria or Nigeria, let alone two or more at once, in 2015 will prove to be a daunting task
China’s increasing investments on the continent have made it increasingly sensitive to African security issues
It is worth asking if European governments could have been better prepared for the Iraqi horror show
Can Europeans safely ignore rising tensions in the Asia-Pacific? European policymakers may want to focus on their near neighbourhood and the transatlantic relationship but one way or the other they will have to deal with the fallout from rising tensions in Asia
It is time to set Lakhdar Brahimi free. After a year's service as envoy for the United Nations and Arab League to Syria, the veteran Algerian mediator faces the final breakdown of his efforts to end the war.