Date:17.05.2016, 20:54 Only the United States has more troops in the field. At least as significant as the number of peacekeepers is the difficult job assigned to them in such places as Haiti, Congo, and yes, southern Lebanon. That is wrong. The alternative to the council is a world in which diplomacy is more freeform and where institutions are smaller and less formal. In contrast to the bloody twentieth century, the nineteenth looks like an oasis of peace, a peace largely preserved by the informal Concert of Europe. And The alternative to the council is not a world in which America goes it alone, but a world in which states can cooperate and ally on the basis of common interests, values or tasks, e.g. Arrangement needs to be revised, not abandoned. Josh says defenders of the council implicitly argue that the alternative is unilateralism. Im not sure who these defenders are, but none of them has ever occupied the White House and, to my knowledge, none has ever won a seat in the Congress. Congressional
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