Peace keeping and the United Nations structure
The experience of World War II has demonstrated that war is enormously destructive. Therefore, when the United Nations Charter was signed in 1945, it was natural that the main anxiety of the international community should be the maintenance of international peace and the building up of international machinery to deal with aggression and to achieve disarmament "to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war".
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