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The New UNSC Sanctions Resolution on North Korea: A Deep Dive Assessment

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UN Security Council Resolution 2270, passed on March 2, 2016, substantially shifts the multilateral sanctions regime on North Korea. It not only bolsters existing provisions, but also moves beyond sanctions that rest on determinations that a proscribed activity has taken place, such as arms-related proliferation. The resolution seeks to ensure that Pyongyang’s latest provocations are […] The New UNSC Sanctions Resolution on North Korea: A Deep Dive Assessment is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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EU Parliament votes nonbinding resolution to protect Edward Snowden

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EU Parliament votes nonbinding resolution to protect Edward Snowden

On Thursday, the European Parliament narrowly voted a nonbinding resolution calling on European Union (EU) member states to offer “protection” to Edward Snowden. By 285 to 281 votes, it recommended that EU states “drop any criminal charges against Edward Snowden, grant him protection and consequently prevent extradition or rendition by third parties, in recognition of his status as whistle-blower and international human rights defender.” The vote amounted to official confirmation that Snowden, by exposing mass extra-legal electronic spying on the world’s population by the National Security Agency in the United States and allied spy agencies across Europe, was defending fundamental democratic rights against a mortal threat posed by the governments of the United States and Europe. Amid escalating divisions on international policy between Washington and the EU, the European Parliament was keen to be seen as sympathetic to mass anger at illegal government spying. The EU’s gesture is fundamentally bankrupt and hypocritical, however: the passage of its resolution changes nothing in Snowden’s situation. The parliament has no executive authority, which lies with the EU Commission and the national governments of the EU member states, who have made clear their determination to stop at nothing to capture Snowden and render him […]

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Aeroscraft endorses resolution honoring California-Ukraine National Guard partnership

Top Priority Sector:  military_force_protection Montebello, CA-based Aeroscraft Corporation (Aeros) has supported resolution HR 45, which highlighted a successful 21-year partnership between the California National Guard (CNG) and the European country of Ukraine. Read More….

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