Showing posts from February, 2019

I became increasingly frustrated and my resolve intensified

(I became increasingly frustrated and my resolve intensified) 

 A few were burdened with unfavorable terms of trade and huge external debt, beginning in the spring of 1992 and penetrating the controversial region of African development. As my advisers told me, the Secretary-General of the United Nations addressed such a call to the G-7 as a

pretext. The General Assembly in its resolution 47/181 in the preparation of such a report and after the decision of Gamal Abdel Nasser Suez Canal in 1956 a military attack on Egypt by France and England became the whole developing world believes the existence of a link 

between development and confrontation and the South countries that were not communist or Ras Financial and socialism towards a planned economy with universal features and a one-party system, which was often considered only appropriate for post-colonial conditions

The major developing countries sought to find a means of transferring the issue of the South to the forums of the major indu…

Serious about the importance of approach

(Serious about the importance of approach)

 Clinton said that the United States for peace "is not, as some critics of the United States say, to conclude a subcontract to implement US foreign policy goals, but to
 strengthen our security and protect our interests, so that nations can share the costs of peace." I agreed to the UN's participation in all these operations, including Bosnia, while I recommended its rejection. But he concluded by saying 
that there is one fundamental factor that can determine whether the United States will work with multilateral or unilateral parties, There must be a real 
danger to international peace and security, and there must be a clearly defined objective and a cease-fire must be achieved if the parties to the conflict have agreed to

The presence of the United Nations, the necessary financial and human resources, and a specific point at which the UN operation ends. I was told that this is the language of General Colin Powell. "In the Pres…