Do we still need the UN and World Health Organization? | LIVE STREAM

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International organizations founded in the wake of World War II — such as the United Nations and the World Health Organization — have faltered in recent years, and the COVID-19 crisis has exposed fundamental flaws in their design. Attitudes toward these organizations have turned polemic — with some believing the US should abandon the organizations and others refusing to acknowledge any issues with their current form. But what does a sensible, conservative approach to reforming international institutions look like?

Join AEI for a panel discussion on conservative approaches toward challenges with international organizations, featuring the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Richard Goldberg, the Heritage Foundation’s Brett D. Schaefer, and AEI’s John Yoo, Danielle Pletka, and Colin Dueck.

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