The United Nations has recently come under attack for its handling of both the Ebola outbreak and the war in Syria. It has prompted some to question what the role of the U.N. should be on the international stage. We look at the relevance of the U.N., 70 years after its creation.
Guest Host: Susan Page
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- Julia Preston national immigration correspondent for The New York Times.
- Rosemary Jenks director of government relations, NumbersUSA.
- Angela Kelley vice president for immigration policy and advocacy, Center for American Progress.
- Mark Krikorian executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
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