Gaddafi’s arms suppliers & UN-ICC justice

On 23 March 2011, NATO imposed an arms embargo on Libya, as a precursor to the air strikes that unfolded in the weeks to follow. The action was based on UN Resolution 1973, and according to NATO’s web sites it was intended to ‘This is part of NATO’s contribution to the broad international effort to [...]

Many U.S. officials see the events in Bahrain as part of the chess game with Iran: Robert Naiman

Robert Naiman is Policy Director at Just Foreign Policy. Mr. Naiman edits the Just Foreign Policy daily news summary and writes on U.S. foreign policy at Huffington Post. Naiman has worked as a policy analyst and researcher at the Center for Economic and Policy Research and Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch. He is president of [...]

To appease insurgents, Karzai crosses limits

While the international community has tried to improve the situation in Afghanistan, and it has improved to some extent compared to two years ago, President Karzai has stepped up efforts to appease the insurgent groups ostensibly in order to persuade them to end the insurgency but in actual fact to keep the international community away [...]

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