The United Nations: Still Relevant After All These Years?
June 12, 2006
Is the UN "I" for irrelevant, or "I" for indispensable, as Shashi Tharoor would have it? While conceding that the UN is relevant, Ruth Wedgwood argues that "competing multilaterals" should also play a role in solving the world's problems. This witty but always deeply serious debate will give both sides of the argument food for thought.This audio was drawn from the Carnegie Council Public Affairs Program
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