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‘Bills’ episode 4: Should the U.S. temporarily defund the United Nations?

In under 15 minutes, I discuss the implications of defunding the United Nations under the proposed United Nations Review and Accounting Act (HR 264). This discussion ranges from a cost-benefit analysis of the U.N. to an analysis of current events in U.S. and international politics. Be sure to subscribe to The Edge of Ideas and to…
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Luke Scorziell

January 25, 2017

In under 15 minutes, I discuss the implications of defunding the United Nations under the proposed United Nations Review and Accounting Act (HR 264). This discussion ranges from a cost-benefit analysis of the U.N. to an analysis of current events in U.S. and international politics.

Be sure to subscribe to The Edge of Ideas and to “Bills with Luke Scorziell” on iTunes for more episodes! And don’t forget to follow me on Countable.

 

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