"The United States is back". So where is it going next?
Some good news for those of us who believe that American engagement at international institutions is key to making those institutions better.
Exclusive: Ambassador David Dunn (Ret) will serve as the acting Alternate Representative for Special Political Affairs at the U.S. Mission. He replaces Brooke Anderson who went to the White House to serve as chief of staff at the National Security Council.
The most famous former United States Ambassador to the United Nations (hint: he was a Republican president) is supporting the nomination of Joseph M. Torsella as U.S. Ambassador for Management and Reform. But will the Senate give him an up or down vote?
One memo on American intelligence gathering activities at the United Nations, revealed by Wikileaks, suggests a strongly progressive agenda for American engagement at the UN.