Inside Biden’s Presidential UNGA Debut
Sarah Cliffe, CIC director, was quoted in this Foreign Policy brief about the role that President Biden played in this year's UN General Assembly.
“'After four years of Trump, the Biden administration was seen as competent and decent people, but that image was bruised by Afghanistan in particular,' said Sarah Cliffe, an expert on U.N. matters at New York University. 'The U.S. needs a good UNGA to [shore up its leadership credentials] and to be seen as able to pull off something, like a vaccine plan.'”
Read the full article at Foreign Policy here.