L'affair Richard Falk should teach us that engagement works helps make make institutions like the Human Rights Council better, while a policy of blanket hostility backfires.
The conservative Heritage Foundation will probably never be the United Nations’ biggest fan. Still, there comes a time when one must separate unabashed bias from, well, reality.
Ron Paul wants the UN to help him get his domain name back.
Let's all take a deep breath.
The UN is still not trying to control or censor the Internet, despite what you read in hyperventilating columns.
But that's nonetheless what UN Watch blared as a headline. Here's what happened.
Apparently, the Texas attorney general wants to arrest election monitors dispatched by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to observe the election in the USA. This is ignorant. It's also dangerous.
We go point-by-point through the Republican Party's 2012 platform on the United Nations.