The Americas suffers from a multitude of regional organizations allowing states to bypass the limitations of each individual organization. Rather than creating new organizations, the region should fix existing institutions.
As the Syrian Civil War slowly draws to a close, diplomatic, strategic and ethical questions come to the forefront of the Arab League, which will debate Syria's readmission later this month.
As the US increasingly vacates its leadership role within international institutions, China seeks to fill the gap through regional institutions it dominates. This implies potential shifts in how multilateralism is practiced.