A highly seasoned critique

Law professor Kenneth Anderson's zesty account of the UN and its failings

If you want salt, pepper and lashings of vinegar after reading Kofi Annan’s memoirs of his time as the United Nations’ secretary-general, Kenneth Anderson’s “Living with the UN: American responsibilities and international order” is one heavily-seasoned option. 

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