Buzzfeed News, After a weekend of diligent note-taking, article writing, and editing, our work has not gone unnoticed. While all the delegates were deliberating on their respective topics, the IPC was busy being harassed, ignored, and bullied.We endured your wrath, now endure ours. It makes us sad…. When you deliberately spread lies about us within … More 25+ Reasons why the IPC just isn’t that into you. You won’t believe number 7!
Egyptian Delegate to the Security Council: The Arab Republic of Egypt condemns the efforts of some news reporters of various news agencies in particular Rio Times, Fox News, People’s Daily and Xiaoxing Li for trying to take the efforts of the Security Council out of contexts. It is worth noting that all individuals involved … More Press Release: Arab Republic of Egypt
Figure 1 A representative of the Ecuadorian Embassy speaking to the International Court of Justice Julian Assange’s days of aimless waiting in the Ecuadorian embassy in London will soon enter a new chapter. The International Court of Justice has been reviewing different aspects of Assange’s case and whether he fits the criteria of either political … More Is an End to the Julian Assange Debacle in Sight?
Rio Times Opinion With no political representation, due to their observer status, in the General Assembly (GA) and a less than favorable presence, Palestine has made waves this weekend when the delegate offered Israel a two-state solution. Israel made a speech earlier in the conference, as witnessed by Al Jazeera, detailing “…[the recognition … More We’re All in This Together?
Artyom Borzhoska with Russia Today The General Assembly has been quite divided over indigenous rights across the committee sessions this weekend. This has resulted in three main working groups: a group spearheaded by the United States, Australia, and New Zealand has been focusing on creating better living standards for indigenous peoples; a joint Japanese-Luxembourg-Malaysian-Indian proposal … More Fractured GA Close to Conclusions
Investigative News Story on Pacific Northwest University Students Rudolf Augstein | Der Spiegel | Vancouver | 8 January 2017 | 14:02 “We are not here for attention,” a young college student who calls himself “Germany in the General Assembly” states. Although the crowded ballroom he and other “delegates” are working in seem to say … More An Elaborate Game
Xiaoxing Li January 8, 2016 UN Women have reached a unified decision to pass a comprehensive resolution that provides guidelines for Member States to create a number of protocols to help ensure healthcare to women at risk of violence. The Member States of the Commission on the Status of Women, also known as UN Women, … More Commission on the Status for Women adopts Resolution 1/1 by acclimation
What is believed to be the entire leadership structure of the mysterious Chechen rebel group popularized by their Liveleak videos was captured just a few hours ago by a combined UN force in Northwestern Syria. In a stunning display of bravery and precision, INTERPOL agents identified the targets in question and apprehended them without any … More CHECHEN LIVELEAK LEADERS CAPTURED IN SYRIA
The last photo taken of Mr. Billerson Associated Press, on the Security Council William Billerson is currently wanted by French authorities for his involvement in the leaking of military documents, and is on the run. His larger than life personality has touched many, so we at the Associated Press would like to collect these memories, … More Memories of Bill, A Man on Fire
NEW YORK TIMES NEW YORK, NEW YORK By Clayton MacLean 01/08/2017 Today, events worldwide seem to be escalating at a rapid clip. The crisis, beginning with the discovery of a weapons cache along the Turkish border, could escalate into a renewed Chechen war that now threatens to spread out across all of central Asia. Such … More Rapidly-Expanding International Crisis Could Escalate International Tensions