The United States and the United Nations: Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session ...
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UNITING FOR PEACE ” ; RESOLUTION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ,
NOVEMBER 3 , 1950 9 RESOLUTION A The General Assembly , Recognizing
that the first two stated Purposes of the United Nations are : “ To maintain
The General Assembly Recommends to the Security Council : That it should take
the necessary steps to ensure that the action provided for under the Charter is
taken with respect to threats to the peace , breaches of the peace or acts of ...
The founders ' hope for peace rested not on a naive belief in the perfectibility of
man but on the hope that the major powers , given a dominant role in the Security
Council , would be able to concert together to keep the peace . This hope , of ...
There is widespread agreement that peace in the Middle East is essential to
peace in the world . We therefore support all efforts for a negotiated settlement
consistent with the following principles : Israeli withdrawal to secure and
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achieve action activities Africa agencies agree agreement Ambassador American areas Assembly authority become believe better CHAIRMAN Charter CLARK committee concerned Conference continue contributions cooperation course deal decisions delegation Department developing countries economic effective effort established example exist fact feel force foreign functions give global going Government hearings hope human important industrial institutions interest Israel issues justice kind less majority matter means ment MOYNIHAN negotiations organization peace political population position possible present President principle problems production programs proposals question recent regard relations representatives require resolution respect responsibility role Secretary Security Council seems Senator PERCY served session social South Soviet Union statement suggest talk Thank things Third World tion United Nations University vote York