It’s been nearly fifty years since humans first walked on the moon, transplanted human hearts and built weapons for mutually-assured destruction. At the United Nations, there’s also been substantive progress. Yet last week, senior UN officials conceded that, 70 years after its founding, the United Nations is still not equipped to meet its overriding objective —to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war.
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