A reader was sifting through the President George H.W. Bush Library archives and passed along a few interesting links of conversations between President Bush and Secretary General Perez de Cuellar.
How much does the United States spend at the United Nations? Where in the United Nations system does that funding go? How dependent on the United States are the 34 various branches, agencies and entities of the United Nations? Answers...
Congress can't muster the will to change laws prohibiting American funding of UN agencies that admit Palestine as a member. Yet a vast majority of countries around the world support Palestine's membership to a growing number of UN Agencies.
House Foreign Affairs Chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen introduced a particularly nonsensical piece of legislation today that would shift the way the United States pays the United Nations from "dues paying" to a system of line-item voluntary contributions.
At the dawn of a vote to gut American funding to the United Nations, one member of Congress offers his take about why the United States ought to pay its fair share to the international body.