Peter Nadin is an independent researcher based in Sydney, Australia. He has worked previously as a project associate at the United Nations University (UNU). During 2013, he interned with the UNU and the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations. His research interests include the politics of the UN Security Council and UN Peacekeeping Operations. Peter holds a Bachelor of Social Science/Arts (Hons) and a PhD from the University of Western Sydney.
How the UN Security Council failed Syria
Whenever the Security Council membership is not unified, the Council cannot be effective. There are no exceptions.
CommentaryAustralia must take the lead at the UN
Originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 3 April 2017. Peter Nadin
Policy BriefsThe shape of Australia’s future engagement with the United Nations
Australia should strengthen its engagement with the United Nations to ensure it has a greater voice on global issues that matter to its national interests. Photo:Flickr/United…