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Lecture 18 : The United  Nations System 28 February 2011
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Origins/History of the UN Replaced the League  of Nations Grew out of the Atlantic  Charter (WWII alliance  against Nazi Germany  and Imperial Japan) Negotiations in San  Francisco in 1945  including 50 states   Officially started on  10/24/45
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Organizational Chart of the UN http://www.un.org/aboutun/chart_en.pdf
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Prominent Parts of the UN  System Secretariate : Bureaucracy/Administration General Assembly 192 Member States, 1 vote each Empowered to consider, discuss and make  recommendations on any matter not currently before the  SC Considers and approves  the Budget and assessments Security Council Permanent Five  = US, UK, France, Russia, China Rotating Members  = Bosnia,  Brazil , Colombia, Gabo n Germany, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, Portugal, South Africa  (73 states have never been on) Under the Charter, all Members of the United Nations 
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