World Peace versus the United Nations

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Human destruction, in the form of international disputes and war, is the most dangerous and probable form of the end of the world. It has the potential to envelope the world in a nuclear winter and destroy the earth’s environment. War constantly affects countries around the world, and has been for all of human existence. The chance that small disputes between two countries will lead to international warfare is extremely high – both world wars were caused by such circumstances. After the first and second world wars, the United Nations (UN) and the International Criminal Court (ICC) were created to mediate international disputes and uphold international law. However, these systems are ineffective and will ultimately be contribute to a…show more content…
There are two ways to pass proposals in this system. First, a proposal is presented to its country-union (if applicable), and if it passes through the country-union, it will be proposed to its home group. If it passes through the home group, it will have a final deciding vote from all of the seven home groups. The second option can be taken only if the proposal is voted down by a country’s country-union or home group: proposals may endorsed by either four other countries or country-unions (each with one or two votes) in any home group or by the majority of a single home group. This will allow all of the UN to vote on the proposal. This plan, although radically different from the current UN, will allow for faster voting, better international relations, and more balanced power dynamics. The most important benefit of this plan is the independence it gives smaller countries, especially ones located in Eastern Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Indonesia. These countries generally lack power and are easily controlled by larger countries, however, within their country-unions they will have enough support to be able to resist submitting to other country’s demands and propose motions that benefit themselves. The documentary “World Peace versus the United Nations” will explain this solution in detail. The first third of the film will be an introduction to the UN and feature interviews with UN members and critics, who will explain the UN’s
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