Vuk Jeremic’s Paltry UNGA Presidential Mandate Facing Exit Door

“The United Nations General Assembly Friday June 14 elected by acclamation Ambassador John W. Ashe of Antigua and Barbuda as President of its upcoming 68th session. Taking the floor immediately after his election, Mr. Ashe, who is Antigua and Barbuda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York, said that in 18 months, the […]

The Fabulous Watchdogs of Vuk Jeremic’s UNGA Debate on International Criminal Justice

Reconciliation equals peace. There can be no doubt that achieving reconciliation and peace requires, among other things, a great deal of diplomacy, political maneuvering, goodwill from the people, wound healing, conflict resolution and compromise; they are achieved (or not) by the people and their representatives. Criminal justice, on the other hand, is achieved via non-political, […]

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