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Despite Problems, UN Still Matters

Many of us watched with interest last month as leaders from around the world met in New York for the United Nations General Assembly. It was quite an impressive showing. The gathering in one place of nearly all the world's nations is something that only the U.N. can accomplish. The United Nations has done important work since its founding 71 years ago. But there are those who point to its failings and say it has outlived its usefulness.
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