Op-ed: U.S. return to Human Rights Council a mockery of its raison d’être

By: Alfred de Zayas and Adriel Kasonta

The U.S. regained its seat on the UN Human Rights Council in an uncontested vote in the General Assembly on October 14 after the administration of former U.S. President Donald Trump quit the 47-member body in 2018 citing the “chronic bias” against Israel.

Op-ed: U.S. return to Human Rights Council a mockery of its raison d’être