Sunday Smack

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Again, I had a very busy week at work, and it seems it’s been a busy week in world affairs too, my Feedly wasn’t this overflooded in months.


Next week will be eventful and exciting in terms of international relations, and it is going to be eventful and exciting for me too, especially the weekend.

On Friday I am traveling to The Hague to participate in the Just Peace Festival events. I am overly excited, as this is going to be my first time in the city of jusitce. For the International Open Day on Sunday I am registered to visit the International Court of Justice and Permanent Court of Arbitration, and later the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. I will of course write a detailed report about both, in the meantime you can follow me on Instagram to see pictures of the events.

But first, let’s check out today’s reading.

What To Expect from the UN General Assembly

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s last forecast for an upcoming General Assembly in his capacity as Secretary General.

Will a UN summit on migration change anything?

One of the most important high-level meetings of next week at the UN will concern the refugee issue.

There Are Far More Migrants Dying At Sea Than You Probably Realize

And ahead of the meeting here are some worrisome figures too…

Whether the South China Sea Arbitral Award Matters Will Depend Almost Entirely On the U.S.

The arbitral award haven’t solved the South China Sea dispute by itself, third party helpers needed.

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