The UN Security Council in an Era of Great-Power Rivalry

Talk

WHEN March 9, 2015
6:30-8pm WHERE NYUAD Campus, Conference Center WHO NYU Abu Dhabi Institute Open to the Public

The Security Council is almost as divided as it was during the Cold War, with China and Russia on one side and the Western powers on the other. The Council still carries out important work on peacekeeping and other issues, but it has been paralyzed in Syria and in other crisis spots. What’s more, the five permanent members are seen as increasingly unrepresentative of world power. Is the Council doomed to drift towards irrelevance?

Simultaneous Arabic interpretation is provided. 

Moderated by
  • James Traub, Columnist, ForeignPolicy.com; Instructor, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Scholars Program, NYU Center on International Cooperation

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