United Nations Essay | The Viscious Cycle

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The Viscious Cycle

Summary: This essay compares the United Nations and the former orgainization the League of Nations. It also discusses the future of the UN and it's ability to survive.
The Vicious Cycle

The League of Nations was conceived during the First World War.  It was established "under the idealistic leadership of U.S. president Woodrow Wilson" (Westell) in order to "promote international cooperation and to achieve peace and security." (Miami)  These ideas, which provided the basis for the league, were "expressed as early as the 14th Century"(Miami), but were finally put into action because of "the realization by a few leaders that some security must be provided against future wars."(Miami)

Many of the League of Nation's accomplishments are often forgotten or overshadowed by its failures.  "The League extended considerable aid to refugees... helped to suppress white slave and opium traffic...did pioneering work in surveys of health...extended financial aid to needy states; and it furthered international cooperation in labor relations and many other fields."(Monster)  It is easy to...

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