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Republicans Say Biden ‘Bows To China’ After UN Speech

Republicans accused President Joe Biden of being weak towards China after his first address to the United Nations General Assembly as leader of the U.S.“Joe Biden failed to even utter our greatest national security threat by name today: China,” former UN ambassador Nikki Haley told the Daily Caller News Foundation in a statement. “While he…

U.N. Announces $1 Billion in Pledges for Afghanistan Relief, U.S. Commits $64 Million

The United Nations announced on Monday it has collected $1 billion in pledges for humanitarian relief in Afghanistan, a sum far greater than the $600 million it originally sought. The United States chipped in $64 million from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).  The Taliban, meanwhile, continues to gleefully parade the $64 billion in…

‘Turning Into A Hostage Situation’: Texas Rep Says Taliban Is Holding Americans At An...

The Taliban is preventing a plane carrying Americans from taking off from Mazar-i-Sharif International Airport in Northern Afghanistan, Republican Texas Rep. Michael McCaul said Sunday.“We had six airplanes at Mazar-i-Sharif airport. Six airplanes with American citizens on them as I speak, also with these interpreters, and the Taliban is holding them hostage for demands right…

U.N.: Afghanistan May Deplete Its Food Supply ‘This Month’

Food supplied to Afghanistan by the United Nations (U.N.) World Food Programme may run out by the end of September, Ramiz Alakbarov, a U.N. humanitarian coordinator in Afghanistan, warned Wednesday. “Food stocks in Afghanistan could run out as soon as this month,” Alakbarov told reporters in the Afghan national capital, Kabul, on September 1. “For us…

U.N. Security Council Politely Requests Taliban Respect Human Rights

The United Nations Security Council passed a resolution on Monday – without support from Russia and China – requesting that Taliban terrorists respect human rights in Afghanistan. The U.N. has not published the full text of the resolution at press time, but media organizations privy to the text have reported that it presents the Taliban…

UNICEF ‘Quite Optimistic’ After Taliban ‘Expresses Support’ for Letting Girls Go to School

Mustapha Ben Messaoud, chief of Afghanistan field operations for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), said on Tuesday he was “quite optimistic” about working with the Taliban after the Islamist conquerors allegedly “expressed support” for allowing girls to continue attending school. The Taliban is infamous for not only forbidding girls to attend school but murdering…

Report: Woke Corporations Tout Efforts to Fight ‘Climate Change’ in Quarterly Earnings Reports

AP Photo/Matt Young, File A growing number of woke American corporations are touting their efforts to fight so-called climate change as part of their “Environmental, Social and Governance” portion of portfolios, including in second-quarter earnings reports. “For corporates, meeting ESG demands from investors is becoming an increasingly formidable task, requiring sustainability reports and additional ESG…

UN Chief Calls On Taliban To Stop Military Offensive Due To ‘Continued Carnage’ In...

United Nations (UN) Secretary General António Guterres called for the Taliban to stop its military march through Afghanistan when speaking to reporters Friday. “Even for a country that has tragically known generations of conflict, Afghanistan is in the throes of yet another chaotic and desperate chapter – an incredible tragedy for its long-suffering people,” Guterres…

‘Code Red For Humanity’: UN Report Issues Dire Warning On The Future Of Climate...

Temperatures around the globe are likely to exceed the limit set by the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, according to a U.N. report released Monday. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, the first since 2013, said humans are “unequivocally” responsible for the warming of the Earth. It expects temperatures to continue to rise until…

The Strategic Hour with Matt Ehret: The UN Charter vs Unipolar Rules Based Order

In this week’s edition of the Strategic Hour, the clash between two opposing conceptions of international law are explored with unipolar advocates of the “Rules Based Order” promoting a system of World Government on the one hand vs champions of the UN Charter and Westphalian system defending a system of multipolarity on the other. Throughout…

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