• About Thomas G. Weiss

    Thomas G. Weiss is the Presidential Professor of Political Science at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and Director Emeritus of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies. Weiss and Dan Plesch edited "Wartime Origins and the Future United Nations," published in 2015 by Routledge: London.

    Revisiting the 1942-1945 United Nations

    by  • June 9, 2015 • WORLDVIEWS • 

    E.R. Stettinus, chairman of the United States delegation, and Nelson Rockefeller, US assistant secretary of state, at the San Francisco conference, held in 1945. UN PHOTO

    Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email SubscribeSubscribe to PassBlueSubscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. Thank you for subscribing.Something went wrong.We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriouslyThe 70th anniversary of the signing and entry into force of the United Nations Charter should draw attention to the...

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    The Business and Politics of Good Samaritans

    by  • March 30, 2013 • Humanitarian Aid, WORLDVIEWS • 

    Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan

    Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email SubscribeSubscribe to PassBlueSubscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. Thank you for subscribing.Something went wrong.We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously“Humanitarian” and “business” are juxtaposed in the title of my new book, “Humanitarian Business,” for two reasons: provocation and...

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    An American in Europe: The UN, Who Cares?

    by  • February 12, 2013 • Development, US-UN Relations, WORLDVIEWS • 2 Comments

    The metro in Cologne, Germany

    Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email SubscribeSubscribe to PassBlueSubscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. Thank you for subscribing.Something went wrong.We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriouslyBRUSSELS — George Gershwin certainly would not have been inspired to write a symphonic tone poem about an American...

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