United Nations Essay | U.N. Position Paper

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U.N. Position Paper

Summary: The following is a postion paper on the United Nations.
In 1945 an international peace keeping organization know as the United Nations was conceived. All fifty countries signed the United Nations Charter Pledge that stated "we hope to save succeeding nations from the scourge of war...." But have they saved us? The United Nations has been, directly or indirectly, part of the lives of virtually everyone on earth. It has been praised, ridiculed, condemned, and ignored. It has been used for both positive and negative goals. It has often fallen short of its main purposes, to provide global peace and security and to deliver humanitarian aid and disaster relief to those in need. It has also been accused of being out of date . After the UN was conceived the United States was personally involved in six conflicts over the last Fifty-nine years. If the UN had possibly gotten involved in some of the situations, some places would...

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