International Law & Treaties

History has taught us that the promotion of international law via institutions like the UN and the Int'l Criminal Court is important. We blog on and advocate for a cooperative U.S. role in the world, including participating fully in important treaties such as Law of the Sea, the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women, the Arms Trade Treaty, the Disability Treaty, etc.

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News and Updates

August 15, 2014 - 11:00am EDT
Since the beginning of 2014, Russia has been a constant agitator in the news. And the end of July was no exception when news broke that Russia had violated an international arms agreement, the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). Now this is not the first time, but it has certainly sparked some of the greatest criticism in light of their other actions in the past year. This news has arms control critics calling for [...] Read More
August 06, 2014 - 3:00pm EDT
For approximately 3 billion people in the world, both wild-caught and farmed seafood are their primary source of protein. Moreover, an estimated 85 percent of marine fish stocks are either overfished or fully exploited. But the problem of overfishing is not just an issue of consumption; the types of fish we choose to eat and the way in which we catch these fish are related to many other issues--namely food waste, [...] Read More
Ben Gross
August 01, 2014 - 6:00pm EDT
As one of the youngest interns in Citizens for Global Solutions’ long and proud history, I would be lying if I told you I wasn’t nervous when I walked in the door on my first day. And while it was true that I have had a deep interest in politics since I was child, I was unsure of whether I had made the right decision by choosing to intern at CGS over the ACLU, one of the largest and most well-respected non-profits in the [...] Read More