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Can the UN restore international peace? Maybe, but only from the ground up

The United Nations has been around since 1945. Reforms are long overdue Image: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Joëlle Jenny

Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard university

Adam Day

Senior Policy Adviser, United Nations University Center for Policy Research

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