Haley’s Resignation Could Strain U.S.-U.N. Relationship, Impact U.S. Support For Foreign Aid, Some Experts Say

Devex: Nikki Haley departure could challenge U.S.-U.N. relationship, experts say
“…[U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki] Haley … announced Tuesday that she would be leaving her post at the end of the year, nearly two years after President Donald Trump first appointed her to the job. Her resignation has reportedly come as a shock to some U.N. colleagues and foreign counterparts, who have, by and large, regarded her work highly. While speculation swirls around the reasons and timing behind Haley’s departure, some experts say that the turnover could lead to further strain in U.S.-U.N. relations and U.S. support for foreign aid…” (Lieberman, 10/11).

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