A world order that’s in shambles and an ultimatum on UN reforms
- A global health pandemic should have been the high point of the multilateral search for a collective solution
- Instead, it has turned out to be its nadir
Amid the celebrations surrounding the 75th anniversary of the setting up of the United Nations (UN), the global multilateral project is in open disarray. While most nations continue to profess their abiding faith in multilateralism, the institutional manifestations underpinning the extant multilateral order are weakening by the day, crippled under the weight of their internal contradictions. This has perhaps been the most significant fallout on the global order of the covid-19 pandemic.
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