Cunningham, Philip J.
October 2013
Chinese American Forum;Oct2013, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p35
The author reflects on the concept of multilateralism which involves international governance of multiple countries. He is critical of the measures taken by the U.S at the time of Syria bomb attacks or civil war in 2011. He suggests the U.S to work with other countries to solve these kinds of vexing problems which will strengthen the U.S and would maintain its international relations.


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