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|Title:||Conflict Series: From Mogadishu to Baghdad: The Failure of UN-centric Multilateralism|
||Kenneth Cain, Adjunct Associate Professor, Center for Global Affairs, NYU; former human rights official, UN Peacekeeping Operations, Cambodia, Somalia, Rwanda, Haiti, and Liberia The United Nations implements a multilateral approach in its efforts to make a difference in the world. But have the goals of multilateral organizations like the UN been realized? Kenneth Cain discusses the early optimism for UN-centric multilateral efforts in the post-Cold War era, beginning with Cambodia in 1992 and follows the arc through the United Nation's rebuke, via Kosovo, in Iraq.|
|Author:||NYU Wagner Public Se|
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