Multilateral institutions ‘have and will fail us’: Jacinda Ardern


New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says multilateral institutions “have and will fail us” as she gives an address to the Lowy Institute ahead of the Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum.

“When they do fail, our first point of call must always be to find ways to make them stronger,” she said in her address.

“Equally, we cannot be left unable to respond to global challenges because we encounter dysfunction or, worse yet, moral failings.”



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