Thursday May 28, 2020

Armistice Day events highlight the need for UN reform

25th November, 2018

It is only right that we recognise and mourn those who died in World War I and that we expound in the clearest terms the futility of war. The Armistice Day events in France earlier this month served as a powerful reminder that we as individuals, and collectively both as a nation and as citizens of the world, have a duty and responsibility to do all that we can to persuade others of the senselessness...

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