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The UN was founded more than 60 years ago to head off armed conflicts and protect human rights. Diane and her guest talk about the history of the world body and today’s struggle to move forward with reforms.
- Paul Kennedy Author and editor of 13 books, including "The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers" and "Preparing for the Twenty-First Century."
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