I think that's what she's saying: the argument she's asking about is that reforming the UN does mean reforming the structure, and does not mean changing one program.
My sympathies actually lie with that argument, but if I had to answer it, I'd look for examples where the word "reform" was used, and it was substantive rather than structural. When people write about drug law reform, they usually mean legalize and tax, as opposed to changing the laws themselves from legislation to executive orders, or administrative agency regulations, or civil causes of action. If legalizing marijuana is drug law reform, then overhauling or abolishing a major UN project could similarly be UN reform.
Yeah, that's what I was asking.. sorry if it was unclear. I do agree with the argument. Hmmm... that's a good idea.. thanks!
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