Archives for posts with tag: AmbassdorMuhamedSacirbey

Blog Report: MORE DIALOGUE OR LIP SERVICE AT UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY? By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Is the UN General Assembly worth the investment & time? It depends on you as leader, & capacity to keep one’s ego at that level of hearing & being heard. However, informal conversations as well as more intimate multilateral discussions can produce more meaningful & lasting impacts, such as consensus around priorities & shared goals, like MDGs (Millennium Development Goals) & health initiatives.
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Blog Report: IS OCCUPY MOVEMENT STILL VIABLE — SEE MOSCOW FIRST? By Ambassador Mo
September 17, 2012 will be first anniversary since Occupy Wall Street, but this Saturday in Moscow may be next big test of viability. The “March of Millions” has already achieved its first victory – after initially having been rejected, Russian authorities have issued a permit. “Pussy Riot” has proven a godsend for the Russian opposition.
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Ecology-Diplomat Blog Report: GREEN CLIMATE FUND SEEKING COUNTRY HOME, By Ambassador Mo
Germany, Mexico, Namibia, Poland, Republic of Korea, & Switzerland are vying to host the Green Climate Fund (GCF) which was created to help developing nations protect themselves from climate impacts & build their own sustainable futures. — MORE–
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WATCH Film Report: MALI – WOMEN & SHEA TREE
Mali has been facing a series of plagues, from military coups, rebellions, civil strife, famine, and most recently locusts. However, despite poverty it has also the reputation for its progressive cultural, music & learning roots. The empowerment of women is also a tradition linked with the Shea Tree. –WATCH–
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Blog Report: DEATH PENALTY STILL KILLS IN US, By Ambassador Mo
The United States is still one of the few western democracies that applies the death penalty. In fact it is one of the states along with China, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Iraq that most frequently executes. Thus, when the state of Connecticut abolished the death penalty, the United Nations human rights office welcomed the step and urged other countries/states to follow suit. –More–
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Blog Report: FAILED WAR ON DRUGS, By Ambassador Mo
Lost in the Secret Service’s Colombia sex affair in Cartagena is a significantly more critical story of eroding US influence in Latin America already well under way during the George W. Bush Presidency & the failed war on drugs. The former is perhaps to be expected to degree as Latin America becomes an ever more substantial global marketplace for China, India, Europe as well as US. –More–
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