The united nations thus needs a transformation of its

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The United Nations thus needs a transformation of its discourse. Its responsibilities should not just be directed towards the common issues and obvious security breaches. On the contrary, with the evolution of time and therefore, the evolution of different scientific organisms and technology, various non-state security issues should be considered. Infections like Ebola in the current society is among these non-state security risks that the United Nations should consider having in their control. The scope in which the United Nations can spread out its duties to encompass activities that is not necessarily within the normal scope. A transformation of the
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THE UNITED NATIONS 5 discourse of the United Nations will further make the organization more equipped and prepare or any possible scenario that may affect the security of the people. This will further avoid the situation in which, its intervention will be rendered forbidden as was the case with the Rwandan genocide. Conclusion The contemporary world is one that has witnessed the emergence and development of various non-state security issues prone to claim the lives of many. The security of the people is not only from physical attack but also biological attacks. Therefore, with the transformation, it is possible for the United Nations to offer its protection and services wholly.
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