Nikki Haley reminds the UN its vital supporting role of human rights in those countries that are violating the civil & constitutional privileges of the people, like Iran.
“If We Can’t Speak on behalf of people whose rights have been violated, then we have no business being here (in UN)” Says Nikki Haley.
Nikki Haley believes that UN is the moral conscience of the world and human rights should be at the heart of its mission and asserts that peace and security are not possible while ignoring the human rights issue.
Nikki Haley is a fresh blood and a strong advocate in signifying the term “HUMAN RIGHTS” to the United Nation. [DID]
Rogue States is a term applied to States that are considered threatening to the World’s peace. This means meeting certain criteria, such as being ruled by authoritarian regimes that seek to proliferate weapons of mass destruction, sponsor terrorism, and severely restrict human rights. The regime of Iran, as such, is considered as a rogue State on top of being a theocratic (Islamic) system. Three decades of nuclear development in Iran has been an issue of international concern in the interests of regional and global security. About a decade diplomatic initiatives by P5+1 to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue have led to the in-progress signing a comprehensive agreement, known as Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action (JCPOA) with two extensions, requiring Iran to suspend many aspects of its nuclear program in exchange for relief from some international sanctions, yet no prospective legally binding instrument that would ensure Iran’s nuclear program will be exclusively peaceful has been attainable.
On February 19, 2015 the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released its report on the implementation of the NPT safeguards agreement in Iran and the status of Iran’s compliance with United Nation Security Council resolutions. According to this report no progress has been achieved on resolving the IAEA’s concerns
Perhaps the greatest failing of the Obama administration was its inability and-or unwillingness to grasp the importance of 2009 Iranian grassroots’ uprising for freedom, and to support its aims. But that is not the only stumble with regard to the Islamic revolutionary regime, not by a long shot.
The U.S. made a serious mistake by not responding more assertively to an alleged Iranian plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to the United States in a bomb attack on a popular Washington restaurant, just-retired CENTCOM commander James Mattis said Saturday. . . . Politico reports
“When we finally caught them in the act of trying to kill Adel, we had a beleaguered attorney general, a fine man but beleaguered politically, stand up and give a legal argument that frankly I couldn’t understand,” Mattis said at the Aspen Security Forum. “We caught them in the act and yet we let them walk free.” Read more…