The War in Ukraine Supports Guterres’ Case for Multilateralism

United Nations Secretary General António Guterres holds a press conference after a U.N. Security Council meeting on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Feb. 25, 2022 at U.N. headquarters (AP photo by John Minchillo).
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When U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres first released “Our Common Agenda,” his 2021 report on the future of multilateralism, many diplomats were skeptical of how it would apply to peace and security. But parts of the report actually look more, rather than less, relevant after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.


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