|It seems that if the United Nations is willing to support the US's warmongering attitude, it is risking it's so called "relevancy" and moral authority. I suppose the Americans view UN relevancy as how far they're willing to support the Americans to promote their own interests, and if they don't, they're irrelevant. The Americans are treating the UN as their political playground instead of being a serious forum for political discussion and integration. When the United Nations was allowed to do its job without substantial US involvement, as in Mozambique, the operation succeeded. When the United States felt a political need for the United Nations, as in Haiti, the operation also fulfilled its main objective. But when the United States wanted to appear actively involved while in reality avoiding hard decisions, as in Bosnia, Somalia, and Rwanda, the United Nations was misused, abused or blamed by the United States and the operations failed, tragically and horribly.