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World Government by Stealth

The Future of the United Nations

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Guy Arnold
    Pages 1-9
  3. Guy Arnold
    Pages 10-18
  4. Guy Arnold
    Pages 27-40
  5. Guy Arnold
    Pages 41-57
  6. Guy Arnold
    Pages 84-93
  7. Guy Arnold
    Pages 106-118
  8. Guy Arnold
    Pages 119-131
  9. Guy Arnold
    Pages 132-143
  10. Guy Arnold
    Pages 144-153
  11. Guy Arnold
    Pages 154-165
  12. Guy Arnold
    Pages 166-174
  13. Guy Arnold
    Pages 175-181
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 182-233

About this book


Since its creation the UN has been beset by the big power rivalries of the Cold War which, too often, made it ineffective. Despite this, it has two major achievements to its credit. The first is to have made itself the spokesman and champion of the Third World or South - the world's dispossessed and marginalised. The second, always to undertake tasks in international peacekeeping so that it has gradually come to be seen as indispensable if we are to attain any form of world government.


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