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03/11/2014
The United Nations warn about unprecedented level of Jihadi recruitment
On Friday October 31, the British daily newspaper “The Guardian” revealed passages of an un-published report from the UN Security Council’s committee in charge of monitoring the activities of Al-Qaeda...
27/11/2013
Iran: The reactions to the interim nuclear agreement
On Sunday, November 24, 2013, the 5+1 negotiator group (the United States, Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom and Germany) reached an interim nuclear agreement with Iran. [...]
15/11/2013
Syria: Free Syrian Army set conditions to participate in Geneva II peace talks
On Monday, November 11th, 2013, the Free Syrian Army (FSA) set its conditions to participate to the Geneva II Middle East Peace Conference (hereinafter Geneva II), which is expected to take place by the end of the year. With all parties now declaring their willingness to take part to the Conference, several issues have still to be solved by sherpas before its beginning. [...]
03/12/2012
UN vote on Palestine: Mahmoud Abbas' Victory or springboard for Hamas?
By 138 votes in favour, 9 against and 41 abstentions, the United Nations General Assembly has granted Observer status to Palestine (...)
03/12/2012
Vote de l'ONU sur la Palestine : Victoire de Mahmoud Abbas ou tremplin pour le Hamas ?
Par 138 voix pour, 9 contre et 41 abstentions, l’assemblée générale des Nations Unies a accordé le statut d’Etat observateur à la Palestine (...)
10/10/2012
Toward an external intervention in Northern Mali
The deteriorating security and humanitarian situation in Northern Mali has been raised dramatically during the general debate (...)
08/10/2012
Crisis worsens in East Congo
On Monday October 1st, Tutsi rebels from the March 23 movement (M23) threatened to march on the city of Goma (...)
03/10/2012
Diplomatic prospects after United Nations General Assembly's annual debate
The General Debate of the United Nations’ General Assembly 67th session has taken place in New York from Tuesday September 25 to Monday October 1.

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