No matter how wise you consider this intervention, legal scholars generally agree that the United Nations Charter doesn’t allow the use of military force to prevent chemical weapons attacks—no matter how evil—without U.N. Security Council approval.
Trans students using the bathroom of their choice opens up girls to "sexual assault or rape," according to Kozma.
Libyans and migrants are still being detained in appalling conditions and sold in open slave markets.
More than 10,000 troops from 41 countries are deployed between Israel and Lebanon, which threaten to go to war once again.
For many, the situation in Syria is a disappointing reminder that the international community isn’t always ready to act when civilians are suffering.
Forces fighting for and against the Syrian government have blamed one another for violating a short-lived truce in eastern Ghouta.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said U.S. military action against the Syrian military would be "unlawful."
The rogue state shipped weapons to Syria and Myanmar, according to a report from independent U.N. monitors.
Around 206 companies, most of which are from the U.S. and Israel, have ongoing operations inside Israeli settlements.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the treaty “triggers strong differences between the members of the international communities.”
North Korea has a history of producing and exporting meth.
South Korea has revealed two vessel seizures within the last few days.
In his end-of-the-year address, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres warned that the world is on "red alert" over a litany of issues.
The ship-to-ship fuel transfers were “in breach of sanctions,” a security source said.
"We have nothing to share on that at this time," Haley's spokesman John Degory told The Post and Courier on Tuesday.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un do agree on one thing: The United Nations should be reformed.