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  • International Peace Plan In 1999
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    Kosovo Peace Accord Nancy PayteXYZ College of Arts Kosovo Peace Accord Kosovo is the southern province of Yugoslavia and is spread over an area of approximately 4300 miles; of the two million population, 90% are Muslims and 10% are Serbs. The Muslims had been demanding independence for the past few years but the Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosovic played the butcher's role by shelling and destroying valleys of the Albanian Muslims. The Serbs, under his orders, committed heinous crimes, whic...
  • Peacekeeping And Un Intervention
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    Peacekeeping, or Western Ideological Enforcement. Peacekeeping and its uses in the post cold war era. Dan Barham 100032310 April 6, 2000 POLS 4173 Dr Allen Chong. Peacekeeping, an action that is familiar to any student of international politics, or to anyone who watches the news on a regular to semi-regular basis. Peacekeeping has long been seen as one of the great Canadian contributions to the world. The rise of intra-state conflict in the years following the cold war has lead to a renewed inte...
  • Different Between The League And The Un
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    During the First World War several world leaders such as President of the United States (U.S.) Woodrow Wilson and South African Prime Minster Jan Smuts, advocated the need for an international organization that preserved peace and settled disputes by arbitration. When peace negotiations began in October 1918, United States president Woodrow Wilson insisted that his Fourteen Points serve as a basis for the signing of the Armistice. The Armistice included the formation of the League of Nations (he...
  • Effectiveness Of Un Peacekeeping
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    The Effectiveness of UN Peacekeeping " The United Nations is so radically defective that it is incapable of establishing world order; truth be told, not only has the UN failed [to achieve its peacekeeping objectives], but it was always bound... to fail" (Simi oni 12). At first sight, it would seem that this is part of just one of the many current debates about the effectiveness of the UN as the main arbitrator of the international community. In fact, it represents one of the view points expresse...
  • Declaration Of Human Rights
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    I am not going to argue that we are born with human rights given to us by a higher power. I do not believe this is true as so many people around the world are stripped of their rights almost daily. I do believe that we need to adhere to and respect human rights without discrimination in order to advance as a species which brings me to the declaration of human rights drawn up by the United Nations. As said by Human Rights activist Shulamite Koenig " Human Rights are the banks of the river within ...
  • Current Financial Reform Of The Un
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    If the United Nations is to remain an effective force in the worlds political spectrum it must reform, and make itself more financially sound and become a more consolidated unit with each country being given equal representation and opportunity to have their opinions voiced and respected. When the UN was formed in the post war 40's its goal was to keep another war from occurring as well as make the world a better place to live. Problems and controversies have recently plagued the UN and the veto...
  • Global Peace
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    Global Peacekeeping American issues are very important to help the economy today. One very important American issue is global peacekeeping. If we did not have the UN today to help global peace keeping, it would be the destruction of the world's economy and life as we know it. If we did not have these programs to help there would be a lot never ending wars going on. On the other hand global peacekeeping is not always the best thing in the world either. Like anything else it has problems. The revi...
  • Multilateral Peace Operations
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    When President Bill Clinton was inaugurated in 1993, he stressed a new policy concerning a revived United Nations and the actions that would be taken by the United States concerning the New World Order, a term coined by his predecessor George Bush depicting the post-Cold War international arena. Clinton had campaigned on the need for a multilateral organization to share costs and share risks of any peacekeeping venture. The Clinton Administration had made multilateralism a campaign issue and put...
  • Examples Of The Un's Peace Efforts
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    History of Peace Keeping The United Nations was formed fifty years ago. It's purpose has been to preserve world peace. Throughout it's long life, it has helped solve various disputes between nations, reduce tensions, prevent conflicts, and put an end to fighting. The United Nations is mainly a peace-making, peace-keeping organization that has done more than enough to keep peace in the world. Many examples of the UN's peace efforts proves that it has done ample work in helping to restore peace th...
  • United Nation
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    In the motion of bringing peace and harmony throughout the entire world by solving global problems effectively, most countries in the world had participated in forming an international organization, which is called The United Nations. The United Nations officially came into existence on 24 October 1945, when the Charter had been ratified by China, France, the Soviet Union (called Russia now), the United Kingdom, the United States and by a majority of other signatories (web). The United Nations i...

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