At a time when the trade war between China and the United States is escalating, we will assess the global impact of the dispute.
But first, with several conflicts still raging around the world, we discuss the challenges for U.N. peacekeepers.
To discuss U.N. Peacekeeping missions:
- Jean-Pierre Lacroix is the Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations.
To discuss international trade:
- Arancha Gonzalez is the Executive Director of the International Trade Centre.
“#China is the second largest funding contributor to both the #UN and UN #peacekeeping operations,” said Chinese State Councilor and FM Wang Yi on the country’s contribution to the world. He believed China's new round of opening up will bring new chances to the world. pic.twitter.com/F9Yf3wmm3a
— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) September 27, 2019
China ready to actively participate in triangular cooperation in UN #peacekeeping operations, envoy says.
Over 2,500 Chinese peacekeepers now implementing mandates in 8 mission areas https://t.co/aUF2gGpIuD pic.twitter.com/d4LNGJ4l9o
— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) July 11, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) September 23, 2019
The International Trade Centre (@ITCnews ) is a partner of the WTO in launching the #WorldCottonDay. Here is why Cotton matters to the work of ITC 👇
More on the programmehttps://t.co/W2NT7sRKhD#WTOCotton pic.twitter.com/4HTf4ut61l
— WTO (@wto) September 23, 2019