Managing Conflicts

A Proposal For Starting Over: A Democratic, Citizens Global Parliament

(This is section 50 of the World Beyond War white paper A Global Security System: An Alternative to War. Continue to preceding | following section.)

The United Nations ultimately needs such serious reforms that it can be useful to think of them in terms of replacing the United Nations with a more effective body, one that can actually keep (or help to create) the peace. This understanding is rooted in the failures of the UN which may stem from inherent problems with collective security as a model for keeping or restoring the peace

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