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Resolving the Predicament

Summary: The discrepency between whether the domestic affairs of a country should be handled by an international organization or a single superpower.
"All power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely."  This quotation, once stated by Lord Acton, an English historian, outlines the principle surrounding the question, "Should one nation be given the power to rule and govern all other nations, or should it be a collective effort by all the nations involved in the conflict""  A simple answer will not satisfy a problem as complex as this one.  A single nation would be able to act quickly and decisively, resolving the conflict in the shortest possible time frame.  However, this nation's resolution may not be the best solution to the problem.  It may only satisfy certain nations, and leave others left out of the post-conflict benefits.  So it would seem logical to go with the collective effort, where more nations get a voice in the overall decision, and choices can be weighed to whether...

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