Is the UN Worth Saving?
I have not, in the earlier chapters, dealt with criticisms now voiced about the political role of the United Nations, except incidentally. But the UN has faults, like any human institution. Are these faults those one would expect to find in a large and complex multi-purpose intergovernmental organization now in its fifth decade, or are they faults which could have been prevented if only the states of which the UN is composed had been more altruistic or far-sighted?
KeywordsSecurity Council Weighted Vote Permanent Member Palestine Refugee Sovereign Equality
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