Australia and the United Nations: a letter from New York
Paper presented by HE Mr John Dauth, LVO, Australian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations outlining his role, and the significance of the UN as a forum for Australia to pursue and present its interests and policies. The paper discusses issues such as Australia’s involvement in various global conflicts, as well as the importance of administrative reform within the UN which would allow it to continue to operate as a viable institution.
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