The United Nations meets the twenty-first century: confronting the challenges of global governance
There is no global government. Yet, on any given day, mail is delivered across borders; people travel from one count1y to another via a variety of transport modes; goods and services are freighted across land, air, sea and cyberspace; and a whole range of other crossborder activities take place in reasonable expectation of reliable, safe and secure service for the people, groups, firms and governments involved. Disruptions are rare - indeed, in many instances less frequent in the...[Show more]
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