The incoming Biden administration faces a tall order in Turtle Bay: healing the wounds its predecessor inflicted upon U.S. relations with fellow Security Council members while addressing differences that go back further than four years.
- Richard Gowan
Nevertheless, it has several opportunities for restoring Washington’s international engagement.
Diplomats at the UN have responded to Joe Biden’s victory in the U.S. election with enthusiasm tinged with caution.
The president-elect’s pledges to rejoin the Paris climate change agreement and keep the U.S. in the…