The House voted to cut in half U.S. dues paid the the United Nations if the U.N. does not adopt a set of specific reforms targeting corruption and inefficiency. Diane talks with former Senator George Mitchell, chair of a bipartisan task force on the U.N., about problems at the international body and how the U.S. can play a role in promoting change for the better.


  • Sen. George Mitchell Former Democratic Senate majority leader and co-chair of the U.S. Institute of Peace U.N. Task Force with former House Speaker and Republican Congressman Newt Gingrich

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