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Written evidence to the House of Lords International Relations Committee Inquiry into UK Priorities for the new UN Secretary General

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Dee M (2016) Written evidence to the House of Lords International Relations Committee Inquiry into UK Priorities for the new UN Secretary General. [Written Evidence] UK Parliament.

Abstract
This submission directly responds to Q3 whereby, “Considering the implications of the UK leaving the EU, how should the UK configure its role at the UN and how can it most effectively leverage its influence in the UN and other multilateral organisations?”

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Brexit; UN; UK influence

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http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/international-relations-committee/uk-priorities-for-the-new-un-secretarygeneral/written/35499.html International Relations Committee The UK and the UN: Priorities for the new Secretary-General 1st Report of Session 2016-17 - published 3 November 2016 - HL Paper 60 Full report available at https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201617/ldselect/ldintrel/60/6002.htm

Type of mediaWritten Evidence
StatusPublished
Publication date05/08/2016
Publication date online05/08/2016
PublisherUK Parliament

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Dr Megan Dee
Dr Megan Dee

Lecturer in International Politics, Politics

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