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    The United Nations Security Council is one of the six main organizations within the United Nations. Additional organizations within the United Nations are the General Assembly, The International Court of Justice, The United Nations Secretariat and The United Nations Economic and Social Council. Of the six organizations, only the Security Council is capable of imposing policies and sanctions on other members of the United Nations. Having this capability, they can decide to declare new policies and accept new members into the United Nations. Is the United Nations Security Council a discourse community by allowing or not allowing members in and deciding policies that affect the entire United Nations? The formation of the United Nations was at…

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    In 2005, the U.S. and North Korea were in conflict due to North Korea’s money laundering bank, Banco Delta Asia (BDA), and then the talks had been delayed. In 2005, in the middle of delaying, North Korea conducted their 1st nuclear test which brought international condemnation. When a ‘2.13 agreement’ was made in 2007, it seemed that they got a clue to the solution of the problem. The agreement was composed of shutting down and disabling nuclear facilities in North Korea. In return, other…

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    In your own words, provide and answer to each of the following questions: 1. How do the dimensions of management culture of the 3 foreign nations differ from each other? Mexico and China Power Distance Index (PDI) and the Individualism (IDV) dimension differ from the UK. Additionally, China and the UK Uncertainty Avoidance Index (UAI) and Long-Term Orientation (LTO) dimension differ from Mexico. Immediately below is correspondence that breaks down the differences between the three countries.…

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    On the campaign trail President Donald Trump espoused an America first policy, indicating that the United States should stay out of wars that we have no place in. This sentiment was held by many Americans during the 2016 election as they saw the United States becoming the international police. However, since taking office the president has been forced to take military action, such as the bombing of the Syrian airbase in April. While some have seen this as a detraction from his America first…

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    World security: The United Nations World War II left behind complete devastation in Europe and Japan; entire economies had collapsed, people were starving and infrastructure had been destroyed. In an effort to prevent an event, such as a World War from ever happening again, the United States, under President Roosevelt vowed to carry out a plan of peace. The United Nations became an international organization that was founded as a direct result of World War II, in an effort to maintain…

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    The Rwandan Genocide

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    The United Nations is the principal international organisation for the maintenance of world order and the prevention and resolution of global conflict. It holds the responsibility for almost every aspect of international affairs however this responsibility is not easily enforceable resulting in many questions the effectiveness of the organisation. This essay will outline the primary aims of the United Nations before exploring the key reasons the United Nations may be deemed ineffective; these…

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    Unc Pros And Cons

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    “To promote international security and to achieve peace and security” was and is the objective of the United Nations, but as we look around today, we can see that this isn’t being accomplished (UN Charter, art 1, sec.1). From mass conflicts in Syria to the terrorist attacks in Paris to the lasting conflicts in Kashmir, can we all undoubtedly say that the United Nations has been successful in sustaining order and peace? The United Nations replaced the ineffective League of Nations and was…

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    Although the United Nation has its shortcomings, as will all supranational organizations, it has a tendency to perform well in some areas, given its scale and age this is impressive by any account, and consistently fail in other, possibly more pertinent realms of governance. A simple example of this is how the world, by extension the United Nations, is more willing to negotiate and work together in areas related to trade and politics, to a lesser degree, but historically significantly less…

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    must be taken one step at a time”(Lyndon B. Johnson). The United Nations was founded in 1945 by 51 different states including the United Kingdom. The UN was formed to unite the world and establish world peace. The UN formed the Security Council to take responsibility of world peace and security. The council consists of 15 members, five of the countries are permanent members with veto power, and the other 10 on voted on every two years in a staggered vote. There are 193 countries in the UN, only…

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    Throughout the first half of the twentieth century the world took on a liberal approach in regards to national security, during this time nations were provided with global institutions aiming to eradicate global conflict and promote world peace; unfortunately most of these institutions were faced with nations following their own interests and placing their own motivations ahead of the collective agreement. Subsequently international security should set about towards realism, as it embraces…

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