Duped by China, UN Human Rights Commissioner Must Correct Course
“Whatever becomes of Kashgar will become of all Uyghurs”
After the Afghanistan and Ukraine debacles, the West must show strength to save the world.
Efforts to reform a body that traffics in antisemitism won’t work
This is not the first time that the world is turning a blind eye to human rights abuses against a minority
The Emiratis join Albania, Brazil, Gabon and Ghana in the council chamber, replacing Estonia, Niger, Tunisia, Vietnam, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
“Diversity experts” tend to have a marked bias against one ethnicity, one religion, one nationality
In the last decade, Brzezinski’s ember began to fade, Kissinger’s rose
Does politics have to be all vanity and no substance?