Is the United Nations the new League of Nations?
There can be no doubt that over the last 50 years the United Nations has improved global living standards and spurred on international development to new heights. However, with the return of unilateralism and the well-chronicled rise of the strongmen such as Trump, Putin, Xi and erdogan- it is worth considering whether the UN is still fit for purpose.
Our confirmed speakers include Jay Elwes, executive editor of Prospect; John Sawers, former chief of the Secret Intelligence Service; Clare Short, former Secretary of State for International Development; and Tom Tugendhat MP, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee.
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