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Top anti-drug bureaucrat worries about 'health and welfare of humankind.'
U.S. goals are dangerous, time consuming and perhaps impossible in cooperating with Syrian regime.
Proposal would apply U.N. human rights rules to digital privacy.
Peace talks are a promising step, but Syria needs international aid now.
How the United Nations and a pop culture podcast are helping children speak out.
Last week's Human Rights Council election is a sign of much bigger issues within the organization.
U.S. and Israel have divergent goals in Iranian nuke talks.
U.S. Voting Rights in UNESCO automatically revoked after America refuses to pay dues.
Former negotiator says final sanctions piece falls to Kerry, armed with hostile mandate from Congress.
U.S. allies furious at reports that NSA monitored 35 world leaders.