Warum die westlichen Garantiemächte Kosovos doppelt versagt haben

Am zehnten Geburtstag zeigt sich, dass die westlichen Garantiemächte Kosovos doppelt versagt haben. Wo sie kompromisslos hätten sein sollen, beim Aufbau des Rechtsstaates, wurde verhandelt. Wo sie die Feinde hätten verhandeln lassen müssen, setzten sie stur die eigenen Pläne durch. Andreas Ernst17.2.2018 Korruption und mafiöse Strukturen in Kosovo verbauen den Jungen die Zukunftsperspektive. (Bild: /Marko…

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Feb 10 2018  Lameez Omarjee, Tehillah Niselow Cape Town – After a five-day sitting the People’s Tribunal has recommended that economic crimes such as the arms deal of 1999, non-compliance with United Nations (UN) sanctions during apartheid and state capture be investigated. The tribunal was organised by civil society groups including the Centre For Applied…

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Russia calls for ‘political wisdom’ in talks on UN Security Council reform

February 02, 6:32 Moscow opposes “any ideas that infringe on exclusive powers of current permanent members, including the right to veto” UN Security Council session © Spencer Platt/Getty Images UN, February 2. /TASS/. Countries should demonstrate political wisdom and try to bring their positions closer in negotiations on reforming the UN Security Council, Russia’s UN envoy…

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Exclusive U.S. Government Faces Critical ‘Brain Drain’ of Sanctions Experts Departure of top sanctions official prompts new concerns. By Colum Lynch, Robbie Gramer, Dan De Luce | January 19, 2018, 5:35 PM The State Department headquarters in Washington on Sept. 12, 2012. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) In his first year in office, President Donald Trump has…

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Is White House-Tillerson difference over DPRK the good cop,bad cop strategy?

 December 15, 2017   WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) — Are the U.S. top brass’ starkly contradictory remarks on possible talks with Pyongyang merely an indication of no fundamental changes in U.S. policies or a clever double-pronged attempt to ease the tense situation on the Korean Peninsula? Some experts seem to think it’s the latter. TILLERSON’S…

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After 50 Years of UN Sanctions, Is the System Broken?

by Enrico Carisch and Loraine Rickard-Martin December 1, 2017 Muammar el-Qaddafi, the Libyan leader, at an African Union conference in Addis Ababa, February 2009. Steps to calm Libya’s violent Arab Spring protests in 2011 through dialogue were stopped cold by a UN Security Council resolution, the authors say. (US NAVY, JESSE B. AWALT/CREATIVE COMMONS  …

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