Published September 11, 2012
It is a moral outrage that the Obama administration is facilitating Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s return to the United States in September 2012.
Published August 29, 2012
The visit of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to Iran this week, as the country chairs a meeting of the so-called 120 member Non-Aligned Movement, says as much about the failure of President Obama’s Iran policy as it does about the UN’s abject lack of a moral compass.
Published July 18, 2012
From the moment he took office, the calling card of President Obama’s foreign policy has been the outsourcing of American national security and values, most often to the United Nations.
Published May 03, 2012
The Obama foreign policy lynchpin known as “engagement” has run into one more eminently predictable quagmire in the case of Chen Guangcheng. State Department officials knew full well that five seconds out of American custody and into Chinese hands they could not guarantee Chen a thing.
Published March 27, 2012
Why is it that President Obama seems to cares more about propping up the credibility of the UN "Human Rights" Council than he does about protecting Israel from UN-driven harm?
Published February 27, 2012
Why is the Obama administration engaged behind-the-scenes in a major effort to capture another term on the UN Human Rights Council?
Published February 13, 2012
Though the Assembly meeting today is full of breast-beating avowals of care for the Syrian people, it is actually not the highest level of concern which the Assembly is empowered to express. For starters, it is not an "Emergency Special Session."
Published November 30, 2011
The U.N.'s annual ritual of Palestinian Solidarity Day made one thing perfectly clear this week. The Palestinian Authority is far from ready to assume the responsibilities of statehood, first and foremost the commitment to peaceful coexistence that it requires.
Published September 14, 2011
Britain’s reported pullout will be a serious blow to the U.N. and Durban III’s standing, and immediately raises the stakes for France in particular. The French can expect a serious hit to their moral stature on the world stage should they decide to stay without Britain or Germany.
Published September 02, 2011
Germany just became the latest country to pull-out of a UN “anti-racism” conference scheduled for New York on September 22, 2011. The country joins eight other states in boycotting the conference. Where are other nations?