Moammar Gaddafi

At the UN, a Power Game Over Resolutions

At the UN, Just a Few Nations Hold Sway

The United Nations Security Council is meant to be the place where intractable conflicts can be resolved.As a member of an expert panel reporting to the Security Council on Libya, I saw firsthand how international politicking can make or break the resolutions that matter most — and how great powers prioritize their own ambitions over peace.