Ex-Intern’s Reflections on the Post-Rio Future of United Nations Environment Programme

Posted on [created] by charles.prince in Diplomacy, Global Development
You have heard of the WTO (the World Trade Organization) and of the WHO (the World Health Organization), but have you heard of the WEO? Probably not, despite the efforts of France and others to push for a World ... Read More »

Taking Syria Seriously

Posted on [created] by charles.prince in Diplomacy
  WASHINGTON, DC – The United States is rapidly approaching a critical juncture in its policy towards Syria. While opposition fighters have grown more capable in recent weeks, defeating President Bashar al-Assad’s ... Read More »

Wrestling the Dragon with Ambassador Richard Solomon - YPFP's May 17th Event

Posted on [created] by Tripp Copeland in Diplomacy
Forty years ago this past February, former President Richard Nixon visited China, opening economic and diplomatic doors to the Far East. Since then, China has become the world’s second largest economy and a global power ... Read More »

Philippine Ambassador Cuisia: A Modern Economic Diplomat

Posted on [created] by Amanda Marie Riggs in Diplomacy
On March 29th, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) had the pleasure to hear the Ambassador from the Republic of the Philippines, His Excellency Jose L. Cuisia, address our membership at the Philippine Embassy ... Read More »