With this latest edition of the Cutting Through newsletter, I finally end the four-month hiatus I unexpectedly went on. Thank you to all of you out there for waiting patiently, and my apologies for the unexpected absence. Newsletters may remain irregular for a bit, but I expect to get back to regular editions soon.
In this edition, I look at the UN Human Rights Council and how dysfunctional it is. The latest examples are an uncontested election for the next two year terms on the Council and the successful Saudi effort to end human rights monitoring in Yemen.
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