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60 years of wounds

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

On Monday, October 24, the United Nations turned 60 years old. It was a celebration with distaste. Not just because of the many natural disasters that the UN is now working to clean up, such as in earthquake-stricken Pakistan. There are also more fundamental problems the world organization is now facing. One thing is the basic reforms that are now needed – among other things in that large democracies such as India, Brazil and Japan should now have their rightful place. . .

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