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Nigel Roberts

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Nigel Roberts is the United Nations correspondent for Politic365. He has been a political, economic and international affairs reporter for more than a dozen years. Nigel also freelances in public relations and communications. He holds a master’s degree in Political Science/International Relations from the City University of New York Graduate School & University Center.

NYC Lawmakers Push Legislation to Limit Cooperation Between Jail Officials and...

Our muddled immigration policy and post-9/11 environment have combined to created immigration enforcement practices that make many immigrant-friendly elected city officials uncomfortable.

GOP Wins Stunning Victory in New York House Race

Despite last minute robocalls from former President Bill Clinton and urgent emails from President Barack Obama, Republicans won a key victory Tuesday in a...

Can Democrat David Weprin Win New York’s Ninth? White House Hopes...

“Can you pitch in?” Jeremy Bird urged in an email message. With just three days remaining before Tuesday’s special election to replace former Democratic...

Facebook Image of White Hunter, Black Prey Was Staged, Authorities Say

South African authorities now say a Facebook photo that recently appeared of a white hunter, rifle in hand and gleefully kneeling over what appears...

Newborn Deaths Declining, Global Study Finds, But Progress is Slow

A two-decade study of 193 nations finds fewer newborns are dying worldwide but the rate of progress is slow. Africa lags other regions in...

U.S. Announces Next Step to Aid Libyan Government Transition

After months of stalemate and frustration, the conflict is finally drawing to a conclusion, and plans are underway to support a successful transition to democracy in Tripoli.

United Nations Shines Spotlight on People of African Descent

As the 10th anniversary commemoration of the Durban Declaration against racism approaches, the United Nations is giving special recognition to the African Diaspora. This is...

African Union Pledges Aid to Ease Famine as Criticism of Slow...

Many voices, both inside Africa and outside the continent, have sharply criticized African leaders for their paralysis as millions living in the Horn of Africa starve.

London Riots Lead U.K. to Consider Restricting Social Media

At a time when young people in the Middle East are using Twitter and Facebook to coordinate protests against authoritarian regimes, groups of out-of-control...

South Sudan Faces New Challenge — Ending Ethnic Violence

After fighting a bloody, protracted civil war to win independence from its northern neighbor, South Sudanese are turning on each other. The internal conflict creates...