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10 Conflicts to Watch in 2018

01/02/2018. Over a decade of intensive Western military operations has contributed to a more permissive environment for the use of force.

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The Grand Hospitaller meets Russian authorities in Moscow: on the agenda commitments in the health, social and humanitarian fields

12/22/2017. The Russian deputy foreign minister has expressed his willingness to strengthen bilateral cooperation.

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Challenges & dilemmas in frontline negotiations

01/04/2018. Read Claude Bruderlein about current challenges in humanitarian negotiations in conflicts around the world.

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Time to Reset African Union-European Union Relations.

September 2017. The EU is one of the AU’s most significant peace and security partner; since 2004 it has provided more than €2 billion ($2.39 billion) in assistance.

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Dismantling the Foreign Service

11/27/2017. Foreign Service officers in more than 280 embassies and consulates manage development and humanitarian aid to distressed countries.

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Opening of diplomatic relations between Germany and the Order of Malta

11/15/2017. “I would like to express my deep gratitude for the great work of the Federal Republic of Germany in relieving human suffering", the Grand Chancellor Albrecht Boeselager.

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UN urges more protections for children in conflicts

10/31/2017. Mr. Guterres said children around the world are suffering “enormously and unacceptably,” resulting in “global shame.

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Child safety summit reflects Pope’s power to convene

10/04/2017. The Vatican has had to make its way in the world as a “soft power”.

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Audrey Azoulay nominated by UNESCO Executive Board for the post of Director-General

The nomination will be submitted to the vote of the General Conference on 10 November.

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World needs to move beyond ‘conceptual debate’

09/06/2017. António Guterres called for concrete action to protect the vulnerable

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