First: I unequivocally Stand with Israel. Not the 1967 borders - but the current State of Israel and its claims to Jerusalem as well as the holy sites.
Second: I am not a fan of globalist institutions such as the United Nations. (As a side note - the UN actually established the pathway for a Jewish State with Resolution 181 taking effect in May 1948).
I wish Governor Nikki Haley (future UN Ambassador under President-elect Trump) well in her new future role. I fear, however, that the Obama Administration has created a hornets nest for her and Trump with regard to the US' (historical) support for Israel. I hope the US Congress will use the powers of the purse to effect change with regard to the UN.
Keep in mind that the US has a veto vote at the UN Security Council. That vote should be used for maximum leverage, IMHO.
With regards to other globalist institutions, part of my (actually one of my biggest) objections to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was over the creation of a "TPP Commission" - a council of all of the TPP member countries with extraordinary power to amend the TPP trade pact and where each country has an equal vote - not a weighted vote. The USA would be outnumbered by the other signatory countrys on issues like say immigration or allowance of other nations, who weren't a part of the original negotiations, to enter into TPP as "Member Nations".
President-elect Trump has the right idea: let's put America and American interests first in our foreign policy and trade - while continuing to stand with the only democracy in the Middle East - Israel.
3rd U.S. Congressional District SC