Re: âUN reform: wrecking ball or constructive transformation?â (The Hill Times, March 7, p. 11). This op-edÂ by John Trent calls out for some clarity. The United Nations has played its part in many spheres since its founding after the Second World War, especially its specialized agencies. However, when it comesÂ to saving âsucceeding generations from the scourge of warâÂ it has been as incompetent as the League of Nations before it. The author mentions the Responsibility to Protect doctrine (and
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