A bipartisan group of Senators on Thursday called on the leaders of the United Nations Security Council to hold an emergency meeting to discuss China's latest decision to approve a strict national security law on Hong Kong, which critics fear will impede on the territory's autonomy. In a letter to
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UNITED NATIONS " The United Nations chief says the coronavirus pandemic has compounded 'the dire humanitarian and security situations' in Mali and Africa's Sahel region.Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says in a report to the Security Council obtained Thursday by The Associated Press that the deteriorating security situation 'remains of grave concern with terrorist groups allied with al-Qaida and Islamic State competing for control over areas of influence.'He says terrorist [
The U.S. on Wednesday defended itself at the U.N. Security Council from Russian and Chinese criticism over its approach to the Maduro regime in Venezuela, accusing Moscow of indulging the regime’s “habit of blaming others for its appalling choices.”
Canada is competing against Norway and Ireland for a two-year temporary seat on the United National Security Council that would begin next year.
The U.S. and United Kingdom on Friday urged the U.N. Security Council to take action against China’s crackdown on freedoms in Hong Kong -- after China initially stopped the matter being discussed by the body.
Canada's prime minister is engaging in a blizzard of international virtual campaigning to secure the country a two-year term on the UN Security Council.
The conference will raise Canada's profile as it competes for a seat on UN Security Council next month against Norway and Ireland.
Canada is running on a platform of trying to help rebuild the post-pandemic world.
Major U.K. departments buy-up licenses for Zoom web conference systems despite official warnings from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) about security risks.
Four more years of Trump will diminish U.S. standing, giving an opening to Beijing, says Kishore Mahbubani, ex-president of the UN Security Council.
“Despite its peaceful reputation, Canada is not acting as a benevolent player on the international stage,” warns open letter from activists, artists, and academics. As Canada vies for a temporary seat on the United Nations Security Council an open letter published Tuesday argues the Ottawa government—despite a more rosy reputation compared to its powerful U.S. neighbor—should be [