Browsing All posts tagged under »UN Security Council«

Cuba’s Unindictable Indictment of Int’l. Donor Response to Haiti

April 8, 2011


A year ago, during the international donors’ meeting at the United Nations, Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, made an extraordinary presentation regarding his country’s intended response to the devastating impact of the January 2010 earthquake on the people of Haiti.  He said that Cuba would not be making a financial contribution, rather it would […]

The UN Security Council Regime of Tribunals and Sanctions: A Smokescreen for Military Seizure of Regions and Resources

August 21, 2010


While this article does not address Latin America nor the Caribbean, it provides an excellent analysis of the inner workings of a US-dominated UN Security Council (UNSC) in many areas of the world — Lebanon, Rwanda,Yugoslavia,Iraq, etc.  As you read the article, keep in mind that the UNSC used many of the same methods when it established a “peacekeeping” […]

FIDEL: Israel Will Not Be the First to Attack

August 11, 2010


Israel Will Not Be the First to Attack Reflections by Fidel Castro The former CIA officers Phil Giraldi and Larry Johnson; W. Patrick Lang, of the Defense Intelligence Agency Special Forces; Ray McGovern, of the Office of Naval Intelligence and the CIA, as well as other top officials who have accumulated many years of service […]

Between Rains and US-UN Pushing Early Election, UN Security Council Increases Number of Repression Forces

June 6, 2010


UN beefs up international police force in Haiti UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Security Council voted Friday to increase the international police contingent in Haiti temporarily and authorized the U.N. peackeeping mission to support government efforts to recover from January’s devastating earthquake and protect the homeless. The resolution adopted unanimously by the 15-member council will […]

UN Security Council Deplores Attack Without Mentioning Israel

June 1, 2010


UNSC Deplores Attack Without Mentioning Israel Escrito por Yoama Chappottin Ford    martes, 01 de junio de 2010   01 de junio de 2010, 11:40United Nations, Jun 1 (Prensa Latina) United Nations Security Council needed 12 hours of negotiation to deplore on Tuesday the attack of Israeli military forces against a solidarity fleet transporting humanitarian […]

Venezuela and US Responses to Israeli Attack

June 1, 2010


CHAVEZ STATEMENT  Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Ministry of People’s Power for Foreign Affairs Statement The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Commander Hugo Chávez, emphatically condemns the brutal massacre perpetrated by the State of Israel against the members of the Liberty Flotilla, as a result of the war action started by the Israeli Army […]

Haiti’s World – According to the UN (Moon, Mulet, MINUSTAH) 2 articles

April 28, 2010


“Falling behind in this regard would “seriously undermine the stability we have been working towards in Haiti for many years,” he stated.”  –Edmond Mulet Say What???   Secretary-General requests rapid boosting of Haitian mission’s technical capacity 27 April 2010 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the Security Council to endorse a rapid strengthening of the […]

“UN is Beyond Reform…It Has to Be Reinvented”–Fmr. Gen. Assembly Prez, Miguel d’Escoto

April 26, 2010


Democracy Now interview with Father Miguel D’Escoto aired today, April 26.  Watch full interview on video .  Partial transcript appears below. INTERVIEW with Miguel D’Escoto One of the higher-profile participants at the Cochabamba climate conference was the former president of the United Nations General Assembly, Father Miguel d’Escoto. A Roman Catholic priest from Nicaragua, d’Escoto served as […]

Steps to Reform UN Security Council

March 4, 2010


  Steps to Reform UN Security Council Escrito por Fany Rodríguez    jueves, 04 de marzo de 2010   04 de marzo de 2010, 11:26United Nations, Mar 4 (Prensa Latina) The old demand to reform the UN security Council will make a new step forward Friday, when the deadline for member States to present their points […]

Mexico Summit: Latin American-Caribbean Unity, Arias and Bachelet Say “Adios,” and Statement on US Blockade of Cuba

February 24, 2010


For the text of the Summit statement on US blockade of Cuba, please see the second article below.   Creation of Community of Latin American and Caribbean States: a historically significant event •  States Raúl, addressing the Summit of Latin American and Caribbean Unity, which ended on Tuesday • Two declarations and eight special documents […]