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June 12th, 2006
Episode 19 of 1642 episodes
Is the UN I for irrelevant, or I for indispensable, as Shashi Tharoor would have it? While conceding that the UN is relevant, Ruth Wedgwood argues that competing multilaterals should also play a role in solving the world's problems. This witty but always deeply serious debate will give both sides of the argument food for thought.
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