As the U.N. celebrates its 60th anniversary, the institution is currently being blasted with criticism from all sides. It is hard to imagine a better time for Joshua Muravchik`s latest volume to appear. In "The Future of the United Nations," he lauds the body`s humanitarian initiatives. But where the U.N. fails, he argues, is in its quixotic quest to assume the mantle of what the author calls a "proto-world government."
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