U.N.’s Own Audit Found UNRWA Vulnerable to “Graft and Corruption”

  A flurry of statements and articles by Sweden, the New York Times, and Foreign Policy, want us to believe that a U.S. reduction in its $360 million annual funding of UNRWA would bring humanitarian disaster and threaten international peace and stability. But according to a little-known internal audit, the …

Issue 60: Ruud Lubbers Succeeds Sadako Ogata as UN High Commissioner for Refugees

News: Ruud Lubbers, former Prime Minister of the Netherlands, recently succeeded Sadako Ogata as High Commissioner for Refugees. Analysis: This transition takes place during the 50th anniversary of the UNHCR, and perhaps the jubilee year is an appropriate time to reflect on the accomplishments of and challenges …