What is your question?
Stephen Breyer: I’d like to know what are the structures going to be for making decisions internationally? It might involve war or peace. It might involve conflict resolution. It might involve how do you resolve these very tough conflicts? Because we’ve seen . . . I mean going it alone may not work. And at the same time, maybe bringing every nation into every decision might not work either. And so how . . . what kind of structure will we have? We used to, after the World War II, we relied on NATO. Or what are the new substitutes? What are the structures gonna be?
Recorded on: 7/5/07
What are the structures going to be for making decisions internationally?
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