Thursday, April 24, 2014

Gareth Evans

Gareth Evans, former Foreign Minister of Australia (1988-1996) and President of the International Crisis Group, is currently Chancellor of the Australian National University and co-chairs the New York-based Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect and the Canberra-based Center for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament.

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Newsart for The Ukraine Nuclear Delusion
World Affairs 6

The Ukraine Nuclear Delusion

An argument now widely heard is that Ukraine would not be in the trouble it is in had it retained its substantial stockpile of nuclear weapons at the end of the Cold War. Given its dangerous policy… read more

Newsart for Cambodia’s Violent Peace
World Affairs 1

Cambodia’s Violent Peace

Cambodia’s government has been getting away with murder. It is not the kind of genocidal slaughter conducted by the Khmer Rouge in the 1970’s, but it is murder nonetheless: Cambodian citizens are… read more

Newsart for Mandela for the Ages
World Affairs 1

Mandela for the Ages

When it comes to national leadership at a time of fragility and transition, so much seems to depend on the luck of the draw. South Africa was lucky – almost miraculously so – to have had Nelson… read more

Newsart for Unintelligent Intelligence
World Affairs 2

Unintelligent Intelligence

It is as embarrassing as it gets in government to be caught spying on a friendly country, as US officials can attest in the wake of revelations of American eavesdropping on German Chancellor Angela… read more

Newsart for Diplomacy and Double Standards
World Affairs 6

Diplomacy and Double Standards

America's failure to cut off military aid to Egypt in response to the regime’s massacre of hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters is as clear a recent case of diplomatic hypocrisy as one can find. … read more

Newsart for The Winning International NGO
World Affairs 1

The Winning International NGO

No one doubts the impact that non-state actors like major multinational corporations and terrorist organizations can have, for better or worse. But the role of a number of international NGOs has been … read more

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