Archives for posts with tag: Syria
Will Trump be Prosecuted for War Crimes?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via “Huffington Post
 
Consequences for President Donald Trump’s rhetoric differ substantively from those of Candidate Trump as such may affect his personal culpability over potential crimes under international law and now that he is Commander in Chief. Incitement may be enough to create criminal culpability. — Read MORE —
 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Recent terror in Europe and US has been ever more frequently committed by those who appear to have little motivation or connection to the “cause.” — Read MORE —
The “Loser Terrorist”?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Recent terror in Europe and US has been ever more frequently committed by those who appear to have little motivation or connection to the “cause.” — Read MORE —
From Diplomat Artist Buzz
Yazidids may be an ancient people, but they are modern-day victims of genocide and ISIL targets for hatred, slavery, and sexual slavery. — Read More —
 
By, Susan Sacirbey via Diplomat Artist Buzz
Sustainability and our future await. UNSG Ban Ki-moon underscored that the “Summit is not an end point, but a turning point.” (–Read MORE –)
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
This is not just about Bosnia but rather the reactionary appeal of nationalism, populism & manifestations of walls, physical and psychological. It was 24 years ago today, May 22, 1992, when Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH) became a member of the United Nations, & I was appointed its first Ambassador. — Read More —
Millions of refugees seek a normal life away from war. READ MORE of Montclair Student Diplomat, Stephen Gauthier’s gripping blog via Huffington Post on the personal story of a Kurdish refugee’s fight for survival & watch his interview on YouTube.
 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via “Huffington Post”
If the judgment of Radovan Karadzic, “President of Republika Srpska,” will have precedent, then the urgent question is not about the culpability of an individual but to what degree such has effect on the consequences of the crime for which convicted, the remedies available to victims, & indeed the very capacity of the Joint Criminal Enterprise to survive & perpetuate beyond the assignment of guilt for its leader(s). –MORE–
Diplomat Artist Buzz: Student Diplomat, Meghan Carney from Montclair State University, weighs in on kids around the world being denied an education particularly in conflict zones and includes a special video message from Shakira – “Imagine.” –More–
 
From Diplomat Artist & Susan Sacirbey on the first day of our blizzard! Remember those less fortunate. – More –