Kofi Annan has issued his recommendations
for tackling poverty and promoting security and human rights, incorporating the greatest alterations to the UN and Security Council in history.
And then Kofi said 'no way!' and Clare said 'way!' and...
British agents bugged conversations of Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq War. Former Minister Clare Short (who's made some wild claims in the past but presumably wouldn't state something of this magnitude without being sure) read some of transcripts and 'presumes' that this is all legal...
Diplomats from 191 countries meet this week in Geneva for the three-day United Nations World Summit on the Information Society. It's the occasion for The Helloworld Project
to project thousands of 500-foot-high laser-light SMS messages onto the Geneva fountain.
Internet users everywhere can post billboard thoughts almost instantly onto the fountain
-- or onto the northern façade of New York's U.N. building, the face of a mountain in Rio de Janeiro or the front of a Bombay skyscraper.
UN head sees no reason for war with Iraq.
The BBC is reporting that United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has said that he sees no basis at present for the use of force against Iraq.
Fun's over, now put away your toys and go home.
U.N. passes Iraq resolution on weapons inspections "The resolution passed unanimously, after Secretary-General Kofi Annan joined the assembled delegates in the Security Council chamber."
I really hope Iraq takes a new approach, and actually genuinely disarms
. Next year will be so much more pleasant.
In spite of his promise that human rights would take precedence over concerns of state sovereignty, Kofi Annan's
philosophy of neutrality and nonviolence in the face of genocide and dictators, costs over 7,000 lives at Srebrenica, and 800,000 in Rwanda alone.
Call for permanent Jenin presence
The disbanded United Nations fact-finding mission to Jenin has written to Secretary General Kofi Annan calling for a constant international presence in Palestinian refugee camps.
Alas, it was the UN that ran the refugee camp that was known as the bomb factory and home of the suicide bombers. Wouldn't an armed forcez be more effective?
What the world needs now
is more plain talk from leaders like Kofi Annan, thinkers like Amos Oz
, and soldiers like Yesh Gvul
Kofi Annan mediates between muppet rivals
and says that "diplomats could learn a thing or two from its
characters." Muppets in politics seem to be emblematic of the current conflicts these days...
Oh, Those Crazy United Nations!
They hate Kofi Annan. They're starving for Iraq. Yep, it's those crazy UN non-governmental organizations doing their damnedest to give decent liberals and lefties a bad name.
from this unbelievable official site: All behavior is caused! There is a reason/reasons why people hate us.
We can start killing some of them, but we had better also start understanding the rest of them.