Australia's battle at the UN

Eighteen months into their two-year term on the Security Council, Australia’s diplomats at the UN have become masters of crisis management. For more than a year they have played a major role in talks on humanitarian aid to Syria, forging a fragile consensus with Russia and China on the need to assist the suffering.

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Jun 10, 2014
Richard Gowan
United Nations
Peace and Security
Europe, Middle East, Syria, South Asia