The U.N.: What’s It Good for?

This Heritage Foundation WebMemo #341 by Nile Gardiner, Ph.D., is worth a read. Gardiner predicts:

The UN failed spectacularly to deal with Saddam Hussein, and its influence is likely to diminish further in the coming years unless it demonstrates a greater willingness to address the threat posed by international terrorism, state-sponsors of terror, and rogue regimes developing weapons of mass destruction.

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