Vecer: The UN's Splendour and Misery
Maribor, 7 September - The UN desperately needs structural reforms and reforms in decision-making. Its efficiency is all too often blocked by superpowers who use their right to veto in the Security Council, which is most evident when it comes to inefficient peace-keeping operations around the world. One should only think of the humiliations the UN has recently experienced in Bosnia, Sierra Leone and Somalia. It also bears a well-known fact that NATO took these humiliations to another level when almost totally ignored the UN when attacking the FRY, daily Vecer writes a day after the Millennium Summit began in New York.
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