For the first time since taking office, President Trump will address the 193-country General Assembly of the United Nations on Tuesday. In comments at the U.N. on Monday, Trump said the organization is too costly and needs to better define its global mission. We’ll discuss Trump's speech, including what was said about North Korea, the deterioration of democracy in Venezuela, and climate change.
Somini Sengupta, United Nations bureau chief, New York Times; author, "The End of Karma: Hope and Fury Among India's Young"
Stewart Patrick, senior fellow and director of the program on International Institutions and Global Governance at the Council on Foreign Relations; author, "The Sovereignty Wars: Reconciling America with the World"
David Rennie Washington bureau chief, The Economist