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Christopher Granville, managing director of Trusted Sources, says Turkey is hostile to a peace process in Syria.
Thomas G. Weiss, presidential professor of political science at City University of New York, talks about the origins of the United Nations and argues that the UN is very cost-effective.
The UN says the annual climate pattern could be one of the three strongest such patterns in almost 70 years.
France made an unprecedented demand for its European Union allies to support its military action against the Islamic State.
CNBC's Dina Gusovsky provides insight to the vetting process for refugees trying to come into the United States.
The United Nations is using iris-scanning technology to distribute $120 million in aid to almost 2 million Syrian refugees across the Middle East.
Thousands of European companies operating in China are ready vehicles to promote the sales of European products and services in the country.
Can a new investment program help spur start-ups and job creation in this war-torn area? A group of nations is trying to jump-start change.
China's naval commander told his U.S. counterpart there was a risk of "war" if the U.S. stays in the South China Sea.
Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, shares his thoughts on what he is hearing from some Republican presidential candidates on trade and immigration.
The problem is the regulations don't synch up, says Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, sharing his thoughts on lifting the trade embargo on Cuba.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at how the U.S. is likely to vote in an era of thawing relations between the two nations.
Facebook's experience shows that good intentions aren't enough to achieve a goal like universal Internet access, The New York Times reports.
Greece commits to house 30,000 refugees, with the UN to provide another 20,000 places, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said.
Thousands of migrants were forced on a slower route through Slovenia to reach Western Europe, after Hungary closed its border.
The greatest global risk is running out of water for our 7.3 billion inhabitants. Already, some countries are reeling from this catastrophe.
U.S. Federal law-enforcement authorities are investigating an alleged bribery scheme tied to the United Nations, the WSJ reported.
Widely publicized jeremiads about emerging markets are mainly referring to East Asia's developing economies. They are totally wrong.
Iraq is turning a blind eye to Russia's move into Syria despite US objections, says David Phillips.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest detail on the meeting between President Obama and Russian President Putin and the upcoming meeting with Raul Castro.