The UN’s tragic failure

September 20, 2011 23:57

In the General Assembly, about 20 anti-Israel resolutions are adopted each year, as opposed to just five or six against other countries.

The United Nations Security Council [file]

UN Security Council_311. (photo credit:Reuters)

Today, perhaps more than ever before in history, there is a desperate need for an objective, responsible international body capable of peacefully arbitrating conflicts, enforcing human rights and mitigating the more negative forces of globalization.

In theory, the United Nations, as an international body with over 190-member nations, has all the requisite resources needed to perform this crucial function.


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