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Cooperation or disintegration? PDF Print E-mail
By Tafessework Wondimu   
Monday, 08 September 2014 09:49

Could the UN system be the final arbiter of conflicts any more in a world riddled with and where rivalry, self-interest and greed govern supreme in the inter-state relations of nations?  Could the permanent members of the United Nations’ Security Council continue any length as responsible countries to look after the maintenance of world peace and take on the mantles of supreme powers, as they, themselves, appear to be the perpetrators and sources of human destruction and disintegration in view of what could be seen in the Middle East, and the Arab world? Add a comment

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