Tag: United Nations

FBI hacking leaves public vulnerable

On June 27, the United Nations thankfully declared that human rights should be extended to online, meaning online freedom

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CSUF’s Model UN students hone their diplomacy skills

Expectant students from all over the world fill a 400-seat room, dressed in everything from Western to Muslim business

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A massive shift toward renewable energy will likely follow climate conference

The evidence of climate change is now indisputable. Temperatures are rising worldwide, California is experiencing its worst drought in

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Former UN official discusses gender equality

Changing social norms and empowering women in South Asia may be a difficult objective to measure, but the former

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Putin’s argument against exceptionalism lacks merit

Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote an op-ed in the New York Times last week urging Americans to consider diplomatic

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Following through an ultimatum is the right action for the US

On Saturday, President Obama announced his decision to take military action against the Syrian government in response to their

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Palestine granted statehood by U.N.

The United Nations voted Thursday to recognize Palestine as a “non-member observer state,” according to the Washington Post. This

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Israel launches attack on Gaza

An airstrike by Israel hit the city of Gaza in Palestine Wednesday. The attacks killed the chief of Hamas’

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