According to The Daily Caller, John Bolton, the former ambassador to the United Nations could have designs on the White House.
Prior to her appointment in 1997, she served as U.S. representative to the United Nations.
Throughout the war, the Reagan team blocked United Nations action against Iraq.
The piece was authored by none other than Samantha Power, who now serves as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
In a big reversal, the United Nations says it wants to open 12 refugee camps in Lebanon for Syrian refugees.
Had little Alse's mother lived he would never have volunteered for this third United Nations' war duel.
Far away and high above hung the war-planes of the United Nations.
Under the threat of a common danger, the United Nations joined together in war to preserve their independence and their freedom.
Because of Bulgaria's antisocial behavior in the world community, the country was excluded from the United Nations until 1955.
We must also encourage the efforts being made in the United Nations to limit armaments and to harness the atom to peaceful rise.
1942, "the Allied nations at war with the Axis powers;" the international body (officially the United Nations Organization) was chartered in 1945.
Such negotiation as may occur in New York is not conducted within the walls of the tall building by the East River: it is carried out elsewhere, in accordance with those principles of courtesy, confidence and discretion which must for ever remain the only principles conducive to the peaceful settlement of disputes. [Harold Nicholson, "The Evolution of Diplomatic Method," 1954]
An organization that includes virtually all countries in the world, with nearly 190 member nations. Its General Assembly, in which each member nation has one vote, guides policies and finances generally. Another important division of the United Nations is the Security Council, in which five powerful nations have a majority; the Security Council is charged with solving crises and keeping peace. The United Nations also includes an Economic and Social Council; a Secretariat, or administrative division; and the International Court of Justice, or World Court. It also is allied with several agencies that operate independently, such as the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the World Bank, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
Note: The United Nations was formed after World War II as a successor to the League of Nations and has served as a forum for many international disputes, notably the Arab-Israeli conflict and the Cuban missile crisis. It also engages in peacekeeping operations by sending lightly armed detachments of soldiers from neutral nations to supervise cease-fires between combatants. Through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), it provides aid for those uprooted by war or famine.
Note: The Korean War was officially fought by the United Nations against North Korea.
Note: A twenty-eight nation coalition of United Nations member states opposed Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990. (See Persian Gulf War.)