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We will recall that the still confident liberals of the Truman administration gathered with other Western utopians in San Francisco to set up the legal framework, finally and at last, to rationalize war -- to rationalize want and fear -- out of the world: the United Nations.
Shortly the group would issue its report to the Secretary General, recommending Paul Bang-Jensen's dismissal from the United Nations.
It is for these reasons that proposals for a `` new world order '', through radical overhaul of the United Nations or through some sort of world federation, are utterly fatuous.
the history of both the League of Nations and the United Nations demonstrates that.
Thirteen Italian airmen who went to the Congo to serve the cause of peace under the United Nations banner have instead met violent death at the hands of Congolese troops supposedly their friends.
But the internationalists have taken over the governing body of the bar, and when the lads met in St. Louis, it was not to grumble about the humidity but to vote unanimously that the United Nations was scarcely less than wonderful, despite an imperfection here and there.
The only response we can think of is the humble one that at least we aren't playing the marimba with our shoes in the United Nations, but perhaps the heavy domes in the house of delegates can improve on this feeble effort.
As head of the United Nations he was the symbol of world peace, and his tragic end came at a moment when peace hangs precariously.
What we must have, if the United Nations is to survive, is as nonpolitical, nonpartisan an organization at the top as human beings can make it, subject to no single nation's direction and subservient to no single nation's ambition.
He also demanded that Kennedy take additional measures to increase international tension: specifically to crush the Cuban revolution, resume nuclear testing, resist more vigorously admission of China to its lawful seat in the United Nations, and postpone non-military programs at home ''.
In the United Nations Charter, the right of self-determination is also an essential principle.
I would like to quote from the Charter of the United Nations:
A Member of the United Nations which is in arrears in the payment of its financial contributions to the Organization shall have no vote in the General Assembly if the amount of its arrears equals or exceeds the amount of the contributions due from it for the preceding two full years ''.
But they refuse, as do the Arab states, to support the United Nations' expenses of maintaining the United Nations Emergency Force in the Middle East as a buffer between Egypt and Israel, and the U.N. troops in the Congo, which expenses are not covered by the regular budget of the United Nations, but by a special budget.
That is why the United Nations was formed so that intelligent men with good intentions from all countries could meet and solve problems without resorting to war.
Had it been bestowed while the Secretary General of the United Nations was living, unquestionably he would have been greatly encouraged in pursuing a difficult and, in many ways, thankless task.
Of course the fighting was officially under the auspices of the United Nations.
If the Hessian troops sent here willy-nilly by the Hessian Government to fight for England in the 1770's were mercenaries, what shall we call the UN troops sent to the Congo willy-nilly by their governments to fight for the United Nations??
United Nations Day proclamation by John A. Notte, Jr., governor

United and markings
This moth has been introduced to the eastern United States and is common near many towns ; it is about 12 cm across, with angulated wings, and in colour olive brown, with white markings.
* Vehicle markings of the United States military
Shipping labels and tags may include both United Nations and national markings.
Examples of national markings would include United States Department of Transportation ( U. S. DOT ) codes.
The patterning of red pigment differs between individuals ; in the United Kingdom, one A. ocellatus reportedly had markings that resembled the Arabic word for " Allah ".
In countries such as the United Kingdom, zebra markings are used only where pedestrians have permanent right of way.
In the United States these criteria are called warrants, and are found in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices ( MUTCD ), the Federal regulation covering the use of signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, and similar devices.
* A128 Boeing 707 ( in United Airlines, Lufthansa, Continental and Trans Euro markings )
During the early history of the United States, the court dress of judges and practising lawyers closely mirrored British court dress of the 18th century ; both wore white powdered wigs and ( typically ) black robes in the lower courts, and in the higher ones, judges would wear red with black markings.
In the United States, modern postal markings may appear in the form of yellow adhesive labels with the text printed on them.
It is the only Gemini spacecraft to have flown with U. S. Air Force insignia, but there is an unflown Gemini B spacecraft in USAF markings on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
It is displayed today with two sets of markings, the left side is marked as NR257Y, in Colonel Turner's 1934 MacRobertson Race colors, while the right side is painted in United Airlines livery, as NC13369.
Boeing 247D at the National Air and Space Museum showing United Air Lines markings in this view.
: Exhibited in the Hall of Air Transportation at the National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC, USA, with United Air Lines colors and registration as NC13369 on its right fuselage and wing and as NR257Y with MacRobertson Race markings on its left side.
** Finding the red in the national insignia adopted in June 1943 for its military aircraft could cause confusion with Japanese markings during combat, the United States adopts a new marking consisting of a white star centered in a blue circle flanked by white rectangles, with the entire insignia outlined in blue 30px.
* June 1 – Because of the similarity of the red disc in the center of the national insignia for U. S. military aircraft 20px to Japanese markings, the United States adopts a new national insignia without the red disc, consisting simply of a white star centered in a blue circle 20px.
The roundel will remain in use until the United States reverts to its former markings in August 1919.
The Budweiser breeding program, with its strict standards of colour and conformation, have influenced the look of the breed in the United States to the point that many people believe that Clydesdales are always bay with white markings.
The aircraft was painted in the markings of United States Navy squadron VFA-81 " Sunliners " and USS Saratoga, which was Speicher's squadron and ship when he was shot down.
If the horse parent is piebald ( black and white ) or skewbald ( other color and white ) ( these are known in the United States as pinto ), the zorse may inherit the dominant depigmentation genes for white patches, it is understood that tobiano ( the most common white modifier found in the horse ) directly interacts with the zorse coat to give the white markings.
Curb markings in the United States are prescribed by the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices ( MUTCD ).
** Military vehicle markings ( United States )
In the United States and Canada, reversible lane markings are typically a dashed or broken double yellow line on both sides.
Most marked police vehicles in the United Kingdom and Sweden have reflective Battenburg markings on the sides, which are large blue and yellow rectangles.

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