London International Arbitration Lawyer Hussein Haeri Discusses The Future Of The United Nations
In this video, the London international arbitration lawyer Hussein Haeri comments on the future of the United Nations. He discusses increasing limits on State sovereignty over the coming two decades, while explaining why the notion of absolute State sovereignty is likely to decline in the future, forcing the United Nations to play a new role than that which was envisaged in 1945. This role will have to adapt with respect to the increasing number of failed States, terrorism, nuclear threats, and, in general, the complexities of a more multi-polar world with weaker State actors. The London international arbitration lawyer Hussein Haeri is a member of the International Arbitration Attorney Network and an expert in public international law and all forms of international arbitration.