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Édition canadienne du Magazine International Diplomat/Diva. Nous avons migré la plateforme dans la Constellation GDMA opérée par Système-dedieu, qui développe la notion nouvelle de démocratisation du journalisme. Les archives sont revitalisés progressivement.
Haitian Foreign Minister calls for development reboot to close ‘striking gap’ between promises…

Haitian Foreign Minister calls for development reboot to close ‘striking gap’ between promises and action on ending poverty he future of humanity hinges on full implementation of the 2030 Agenda, if we don’t get there, “we may never see the world that ‘we the peoples of the United Nations’ have long been calling for,” Bocchit Edmond, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Haiti, told the General Assembly, the Organization’s top deliberative body. “It is absolutely essential to reboot out collective responsibility……

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Secretary-General appoints Ms. Helen La Lime of the United States

Secretary-General appoints Ms. Helen La Lime of the United States as Special Representative for Haiti and Head of the United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH) COMMUNIQUÉ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres announced today the appointment of Helen Meagher La Lime of the United States as his Special Representative for Haiti and Head of the United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH). Ms. La Lime will succeed Susan D. Page of the United States of America,…

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DIANA Varela CANTATA ou la diplomatie du jazz de Doudou Boicel renouvelée

SUR LA ROUTE DU CINÉMA par Dan Albertini DIANA Varela CANTATA ou la diplomatie du jazz de Doudou Boicel renouvelée Mexico lindo est l’étiquette qui découle du verbe du Nobel gabito (Gabriel Garcia Marquez) dans les années antérieures, ou, septante. C’est devenu une réalité suggérée en laquelle plus d’un monde y a mis des crédits. Ils sont : culturel, économique, sociétal… etc. Global, dira-t-on dans le monde numérique. En fait, c’est la diplomatie de gabito qui vient pourtant de…

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The Middle East Millennials’ Dilemma

The Middle East Millennials’ Dilemma – Special collaboration, Mufid Sukkar A symmetrical, yet unpleasant statistic about the youth in the Middle East reads as follows: 30% of the population is under 30 years of age (commonly referred to as millennials) and 30% of the female amongst them are unemployed. The men are in a somewhat better situation with 21% being unemployed; still a large number, by any standards. Figures quoted from the most recent available study by the United Nations….

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