How the U.S. can Help Fix the United Nations

The Brookings Institution, June 14, 2005
Ann Florini, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies

“The extraordinary energy Congress has put into the fight over whether John Bolton should become the US ambassador to the United Nations may be wasted if a bill now before the House becomes law. The UN Reform Act of 2005, drafted by House International Relations Committee chair Henry Hyde, could ensure that neither Bolton nor any other US ambassador could do much to make the UN an effective instrument for US interests.” Read the Editorial

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