Through his independence, Hammarskjöld had managed to anger both Cold War camps, writes Joe Lauria.
Tag: UN General Assembly
The Elusive Truth About the Death of Dag Hammarskjöld and My Father
The U.N. ducked — in my view, avoiding discomfiting questions about the roles of Belgium, France, South Africa, the Soviet Union, Britain and the U.S. in events related to the crash, writes Hynrich W. Wieschhoff.
When Media at Least Tried to Be Impartial
It was never easy, but part of the code of practicing journalism was to not favor one political party over the other in day-to-day political reporting.
North Korea Agreed to Denuclearize, But US Refuses Despite Treaty Obligation
After North Korea agreed in principle to get rid of its nukes, the U.S. continues to ignore its obligation under the NPT to also eliminate its nuclear weapons, as Marjorie Cohn explains.