E.U. leaders approved Ukraine’s request to become a formal candidate in the 27-nation bloc, putting it on an accelerated path towards membership.
The global financial institution that supports central banks has a new blueprint for the world’s monetary system, and it’s not crypto-based.
WTO’s first ministerial conference in four and a half years overcame bitter divisions to reach consensus on an ‘unprecedented’ six-item package deal.
Saudis in the U.S. capital now have a daily reminder of the unconscionable brutality that prompted President Joe Biden to label Saudi Arabia a “pariah” nation.
The U.N. health agency is seeking global access to vaccines against monkeypox and calling a meeting to decide if the virus outbreak is a global emergency.
Just weeks after a trip to China that drew widespread criticism, Michelle Bachelet said she will not seek a second four-term as U.N. human rights chief.
Hunger, vaccine patents and fishing subsidies top the agenda as the global trade body holds its first ministerial conference in four and a half years.
Proportion of voting rights in international organizations, with only small changes over time to reflect agreement on suspension and negotiated changes.
Share of parties to international multilateral environmental agreements on hazardous waste and other chemicals that meet their reporting commitments.
Share of members of international organizations defined as developing countries.
Biden wrapped up the Summit of the Americas unveiling a migration plan that comes at a pivotal moment for cohesion and democracy’s future in the region.
After two years of discounting a controversial pandemic theory, WHO released a report urging “further investigations into this and all other possible pathways.”
Five nations won seats on the U.N. Security Council for the next two years, putting them in a position to influence global policies on peace and security.
Tens of millions of people in 20 hunger “hotspots” will need emergency aid as they face a sharply increased risk of starvation, two U.N. agencies predicted.
Climate negotiators in Bonn, Germany began trying to build momentum for greater ambition at the U.N. climate summit that Egypt will host in November.
Assassination, assault, unlawful deportations, spyware and family intimidation are some methods authoritarian regimes use against activists and dissidents.
A group of nations is looking at how they can use regulations for hazardous chemicals and wastes to tackle pollution, global warming and species losses.
Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia are the newest members of an E.U.-backed Joint Investigative Team, probing war crimes in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Proponents of a U.N. global high seas treaty for protecting biodiversity are set to resume talks in August with the goal of approving it as soon as possible.
Nations appeased conservatives with a new strategy for HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections that omits a glossary of sexual health terms.
The U.N.’s top human rights official acknowledged she could not adequately judge the situation for Muslim Uyghurs in China’s Xinjiang Province.