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The best way to advance U.S. interests isn’t to chastise the United Nations—it’s to participate actively in its proceedings.
The postwar institution designed to maintain global peace has fallen short of many goals, but on the whole succeeded.
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“We don’t need a cheering section,” said Trump’s U.N ambassador. But Washington does need international compliance to make snapback sanctions work.
Coronavirus and the Limits of Economics
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Sanjay G. Reddy is an associate professor of economics at the New School for Social Research in New York.