The San Francisco Promise, Ukraine, and UN’s irrelevance

by Leo Klinkers & Mauro Casarotto | The founding of the United Nations As the Second World War drew to a close, representatives of eighty countries met in San Francisco from April to June 1945 to discuss the establishment of the United Nations. The aim was to create a form of cooperation that would guarantee … Continue reading The San Francisco Promise, Ukraine, and UN’s irrelevance