UN Consensus

UN Consensus - The law firms of Grotius, Mitrany, Pearson,...

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The law firms of Grotius, Mitrany, Pearson, and Brandt and Hobbes, Kennan, Krauthammer and Wolfowitz agree to state sovereignty to establish a more secure world. These law firms agree with the notion that states should remain key actors and contribute to the causes of fighting evil. There in turn needs to be a strong cooperation in the international system for the security of each state. In the example of the spreading of HIV/AIDS in impoverished countries, this poses a worldwide and also state threat. This disease can lead to terrorism and its harboring and also the neglect for the concern of human interests in other states. There should be the establishing of a regime to set up order in the system. However, this should only last as long as possible to make sure that these countries do not pose a threat to anyone else. It should also be reserved for select states and intellectuals, making sure that there is a fast, efficient and proper way to decrease the poverty in the system. Collective security should be used in this regime also, paying attention to the states involved and their responsibility to protect. In response to terrorism, we agree to establish an international coalition to combat
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2008 for the course IR 210 taught by Professor Lynch during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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