Bokhári, Ahmed S.
April 1957
Foreign Affairs;Apr1957, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p405
Academic Journal
The increase in the membership of the United Nations has been a long step towards universality. It has brought about qualitative changes such as the expansion of the view of the world and the change in perspective. This article analyzes the significances other than the increase in the size of the United Nations in relation to its three functions, namely, the judicial, the parliamentary and the executive. The functions are exercised by the Security Council, the general Assembly and the Secretariat.


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