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Is the UN a force for good?
The UN is a force for good.
The UN has not reached its prime. Whilst it may fall short of our hopes, we have more cause for hope with, than without, it.
The UN has pioneered
No other organisation has provided more global health benefits than the UN, through the World Health Organization (WHO) and other branches (UNICEF, WFP).
The UN leads in battling climate change.
Engagement with the UN encourages countries to rationally analyze what they have in common and what separates them from every country, rather than to irrationally focus on a minimal number of differences.
The UN creates a forum — and an expectation for — dialogue between nations, furthering cooperation between independent nations.
The UN has moved us closer to world peace.
The UN has often put its effort in the wrong places.
The UN organisation is undemocratic.
The world doesn't need an organisation like the UN.
is too high for its output.
The UN is corrupt.
The UN will not call out deliberate evil actions of some member nations.
The UN is slow, bureaucratic, and full of red tape.
Many UN operations have ended in scandal or disaster.
The UN has an inability to prevent conflicts.
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