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Monthly Archives: March 2015
It’s time for the United States to join China’s new multilateral bank
By Sarah Cleeland Knight We learned last week that another key US ally, Australia, is poised to join the China-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Australia joins a growing list of countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Italy, … Continue reading
The Security Council and the ICC: signs of movement?
By David Bosco Last month, I wrote at some length about the possibility of a Security Council-mandated delay in any ICC investigation of Palestine. I argued that the United States would likely need to lead the push for a deferral, … Continue reading
Proposed SDG Governance Indicators: Rule of Law or Simply Rule?
By Martin Edwards [Crossposted from Permanent Observer] As work moves forward to complete the proposed Sustainable Development Goals, a working list of preliminary indicators for each of the goals recently circulated online. This list of indicators was developed by the … Continue reading