The world should bypass the UN because it is politically paralysed, argues Ned Dobos.
NATO must adapt to “globalised” security challenges such as cyber warfare, piracy and climate change, Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has told a UNSW audience.
While the international community seems unwilling to use force against President Assad, some glimmers of hope for action are emerging, writes Anthony Billingsley.
Expelling diplomats is the last resort of an international community outraged by ongoing genocide in Syria, writes Jo Coghlan.
The chance of success for Kofi Annan's plans in Syria is slender. Should his initiatives fail, the crisis could become catastrophic, writes Anthony Billingsley.
The recent bloodshed in Syria reflects a history of incompetence on the part of the Arab League, says Anthony Billingsley.