UN Concerned About Spike in Russian Attacks on Odesa, Other Ukrainian Cities

By Caroline Mwanga NEW YORK | 10 March 2024 (IDN) — The Ukrainian Black Sea port city of Odesa has become a frequent target of missile and drone attacks in recent days and weeks, with deadly consequences, a senior United Nations official told the Security Council today, as delegates condemned Moscow’s intensified attacks against Ukrainian […]

Russia’s Next President: If Not Putin, Then Who?

Analysis by Somar Wijayadasa* NEW YORK | 7 March 2024 (IDN)—Russia’s elections are scheduled for 15 to 17 March. For decades, the Presidential elections of Russia have been closely watched and scrutinized by all countries around the world—because Russia is the largest country in the world and the richest in natural resources. It is despised […]

UN’s Lagging Development Goals Need a Sense of Urgency

By Simone Galimberti* KATHMANDU, Nepal | 6 March 2024 (IDN)—The latest Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD) was recently launched in Bangkok. As usual, it was a mix of official interventions by ministries from the whole region and a wide-ranging array of exciting side events organized mainly by civil society in partnership with United […]

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