The French ceremonies spotlighted the unfathomable sacrifices and international cooperation that made possible the post-World War II era of prosperity and multilateralism.
Many of the questions asked in Versailles 100 years ago appear to be resurfacing today in a U.S. hostile to multilateralism.
The court in Rwanda convicted 61 people who bore the greatest responsibility, but eight fugitives remain at large.
The judgement in the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals at The Hague, Netherlands, brings to a close the legal odyssey of 73-year-old Radovan Karadžić.
The U.N. reported losing 21 staff who worked for its agencies; other international organizations reported losing 25 staff.
Precipitated by unrestrained nationalism, the immense tragedy of a four-year global war laid the groundwork for the post-World War II era of relative concordance among nations.
The departing U.N. human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, a Jordanian prince and diplomat, warned people's rights must be defended amid a rise in populist-driven authoritarians.
Experts warned the Trump administration's vitriolic language and combative actions against journalists are purposely meant to undermine the mission of U.S.-based news organizations.
Reporters Without Borders said hatred for the press was "steadily more visible” in 2018 among 180 countries it monitors each year and political leaders' hostility towards news media is no longer limited to authoritarian countries.