Inside Geneva: the United Nations and China

In this episode of Inside GenevaExternal link we take a look at the shifting influences in the United Nations – especially with regard to China. 

This content was published on March 22, 2020 - 12:00
Imogen Foulkes

As the United States slowly withdraws from the multilateral system and focuses on its ‘America First’ policy, China appears to be filling the political vacuum.

In this edition of our Inside Geneva seriesExternal link, host Imogen Foulkes is joined by analyst Daniel Warner, China watcher Meg Davis from the Graduate Institute, and Sarah Brooks from the International Service for Human Rights.

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