Steven A. Dimoff was the director of UNA-USA advocacy until March 2011. Previously, he held several positions at UNA-USA, including vice president of advocacy and policy programs and director of the Washington office. He received a B.A. in government and English from Ohio University and an M.A. in international relations from Johns Hopkins University. He also holds an advanced degree in European political and economic integration from the University of Nancy in France. He is an active member of the Alliance Française of Washington.
Washington -- The longstanding debate in Congress over conditioning American financial support for the United Nations system on the world body’s adoption of reform measures entered a new phase when the House Foreign Affairs Committee convened a panel recently to discuss the way forward.