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Public Speaking

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Atsushi Kawamura

on 16 November 2014

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Transcript of Public Speaking

What is the United Nations?
Constitutions of The United Nations
What is The Security Council doing?
What is The Security Council?
Abbreviation: UN (United Nations)
Category: International Organization
Founded: In 1945
Original Members: 51
Current Members: 193 (2014)
Location: New York City
4 Missions
-Maintain international peace and security
-Develop friendly relations among nations
-Promote social progress
-Better living standards and human rights

(Charter of The United Nations)
6 Main organs
Security Council
-General Assembly
-Economic and Social Council
-Trusteeship Council
-International Court of Justice

-UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER)

・Economic Sanctions
・Military Sanctions
Abbreviation: UNSC (United Nations Security Council)
Category: Supreme Authority inside UN
Founded: In 1946
Current Members: 15
Location: New York City
Mission: Peace and Safe Keeping
United Nations
Security Council

-The most authorized organization in the world-
Atsushi Kawamura
Missions for The United Nations
What is The U.N doing?
Importance of The Security Council
Big Power
-America, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom
Thank You for Listening
The Answer of International Politics
-It should be always RIGHT.
Jessica Rettig/U.S. News
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