Richard Gowan - 22 January 2019
Although their new friendship treaty does not call for an EU Security Council seat, France and Germany must pitch a compelling vision of multilateralism at the UN.
Richard Gowan - 23 March 2018
Brutal transactional talks is the only language the new National Security Advisor understands.
Richard Gowan - 25 July 2017
Running the United Nations is a lonely job for António Guterres - and he seems to prefer it that way.
Richard Gowan - 11 November 2016
Before January, Europeans should make preparations to safeguard the UN, again.
Richard Gowan - 19 September 2016
There are still, for now, some very serious European contenders with real chances of success.
Richard Gowan & Manuel Lafont Rapnouil - 28 June 2016
Even if the UK is a diminished power after Brexit international partners will still need its cooperation in the UN and NATO.
Richard Gowan - 27 May 2016
This week’s World Humanitarian Summit was an opportunity to discuss how to assist the suffering, yet the entire process showed much of the humanitarian sector at its most fragmented and self-indulgent.
Richard Gowan - 04 March 2016
Richard Gowan - 20 February 2016
Confidence in the UN could fall to an all time low if Moscow continues to manipulate the Syria peace process to its military advantage
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