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  • United Nations, The
    One distinct role that the United Nations plays in international security affairs is to serve as the world barometer of ensuring that the world is a safer and more secure setting. The United...

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    The main argument for the idea that the General Assembly is an unimportant part of the United Nations centers on the fact that the General Assembly does not really have the power to do anything...

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  • Social Sciences
    Traditionally Denmark and the rest of the Scandinavian countries have been very supportive towards the rights of indigenous populations and other humanitarian and human rights issues. They take in...

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  • Social Sciences
    Supranationalism can be described as a process of multilateral decision and policy creation that transfers decision making authority from individual nation states to multilateral institutions and...

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  • Social Sciences
    There is always hope, but I would argue that there is not much hope that the UN Secretary General will be able to accomplish much by going to Syria or Egypt. There are two main reasons for this....

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  • Australia
    A former part of the British colonial empire that remains closely tied to English-speaking Western countries Britain, the United States and Canada, Australian foreign policy has long been...

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  • United Nations, The
    The UNO stands for the United Nations Organization, an international peacekeeping organization of member nations that is designed to uphold international law, protect freedoms and human rights, and...

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    Absent additional information, and taking into account the original categorization of the question under "History," it will be assumed for the purposes of providing an answer that the "UNO" in...

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  • Business
    To the extent that either organization possesses either the moral authority or the political strength to compel a change in how companies do business, it is very limited. If forced to choose,...

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  • Social Sciences
    The United Nations is an organization. It is an organization made up of all of the countries in the world. Each country is represented in the United Nations and is able to vote on a variety of...

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  • Globalization
    The United Nations promotes and enhances globalization in a number of ways. This is particularly true if we think of globalization in more than just economic terms. If we consider the fact that...

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  • Social Sciences
    My view of the United Nations is that it is a useful organization in some ways and that the US should definitely be involved with it. Many people say the UN takes away our sovereignty. I do not...

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  • United Nations, The
    Yes, this is fair in my view. There are two reasons for this. First, the UN is set up to try to include all of the nations of the world. This is important so that it can include more countries...

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    In my view, the most important role of the United Nations (UN) in our modern world is the same as it has always been. Its most important role is to make it easier for countries to make contacts...

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    I think that one of the most striking similarities between the European Union and the United Nations is the idea that shared decision making abilities can be seen as a way to decrease tension...

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  • United Nations, The
    In some ways, the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) are quite similar. However, there are major differences. In general, the EU tries for, and achieves, much greater coordination...

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  • United Nations, The
    The major geopolitical circumstance that led to the increase in the membership of the United Nations in the 1960s was decolonization. This decolonization was brought on in large part by World War...

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  • United Nations, The
    Secretary Albright's quote is an interesting one. Said in response to then Senator Helms about the large budget of the United Nations, her quote might also point to a fundamental shift in...

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  • United Nations, The
    Countries are legally bound by any rulings passed down by the United Nations (as long as they are members). However, they are not truly obliged to obey unless the UN or some of its members can...

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  • United Nations, The
    The United Nations has 6 main committees of which each member nation of the United Nations is a part of. The Special Political and Decolonization Committee or the SPECPOL is the 4th committee of...

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    The major drawback of the United Nations is that it does not work as well as some would hope it would. This can be a bad thing because people can put too much faith in the UN and fail to do things...

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  • Political Science
    Scholars of international relations who adhere to the liberal/idealist school of thought argue that the United Nations remains important. They say that it remains important because it can create...

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  • United Nations, The
    While the first answer is a good one, it does not cover one of the major ways that, according to scholars of International Relations (IR), the UN works to keep peace in the world. Some IR scholars...

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  • League of Nations
    The fatal flaw in the Covenant of the League of Nations was that its terms were only enforceable against members of the League, and therefore depended to some extent on voluntary cooperation. A...

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  • United Nations, The
    The United Nations has not succeeded in preventing all wars from occurring. In fact, the United Nations has been unable to stop such wars as the Vietnam War or the Iran-Iraq War. Clearly, the UN...

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  • United Nations, The
    The answer to this depends on what your expectations are for the United Nations. Some people expected the UN to be able to prevent war. They expected that the UN would prevent war through the...

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