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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by xsedrinam, Oct 9, 2006.
Ban Ki-Moon, South Korean, is the newly nominated U.N. Secretary.
umm. ok so what does that mean for everyone?
hey it's better than a north korean being named to the UN
The future is definitely over in the East. The next 100 years belongs to them I think.
Amidst realities of globalization and change, technology, governance of nations, economic and political crisis and threats on world peace, what role of importance will the U.N. play, if any at all? Obsolete? Impotent? Able to be revamped? Relocated? Shunned by even a larger percentage of countries? I know very little of Ban K-Moon and whether or not South Korean influence will be categorized as another propped up, U.S. puppet player of the U.N.