United Nations Right-to-Protect Reforms May Be Held Hostage By Security Council Vetoes

Gariné Tcholakian
Published: Wednesday, 08/17/2005 12:00 am EDT

In less than a month, more than 170 heads of government will meet in the largest gathering of world leaders ever to consider some of the most significant steps toward reform in United Nations' 60-year history.

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