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The most impossible job in the World is now held by Guterres

The most impossible job in the World is now held by Guterres

On the day that Portugal celebrated 106 years of Republic and 873 years of the Zamora Treaty, which gave independence to the country, the Portuguese diplomacy had also the opportunity …

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Signing of Kumanovo Agreement in the Yugoslav Army tent in the NATO base in Macedonia

Self-Determination to Move On!

Today is 17th February and Kosovo marks its seventh year of independence. The new-born state came to see the light only nine years after the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s military intervention, to stop the humanitarian catastrophe towards the Albanian population.

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UN Security Council room

Reforming the United Nations Security Council

Created in 1946, many argue the U.N. Security Council is in serious need of a reform in membership, to reflect an increasingly multipolar world

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