Blog Roundup #107

A sampling of United Nations related blog commentary

Armchair Generalist writes, “The United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) has released a historical summary on Iraq’s chemical weapons program that documents its start in 1971 and follows the work conducted through the 1980s and 1990s.

At the Washington Note, Jeremy Kahn posts an interesting entry about “non-verbal politics”.

Treehugger covers the UN’s World Environment Day: “This year they chose to highlight something we don’t hear about often enough: Natural deserts and drylands also need to be protected. These areas that most people consider to be almost “dead” are in fact vital ecosystems.”

Michelle Malkin posts another anti-UN diatribe with a headline that tells you everything about her level of discourse: “Hey, U.N.: Boo-Freaking-Hoo.”