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Sumaiya Khatun
31 de jul. de 2022
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Putin's war on Ukraine may be the most serious attack yet on a free, rules-based world order. It is clear that we are in a phase of transition to a new global power structure. We're still not sure what the future world order will look like, but if we take a closer look at the two votes by the UN General Assembly on the Russian invasion of Ukraine on March 2 and 24, we already have a clue. In both resolutions, the overwhelming majority of member states voted to condemn Russia (141 and 140. Only five countries voted against the verdict: Belarus, Eritrea, North Korea, Russia and Syria. Thirty-five and 38 countries job email list abstained in each vote, including many authoritarian states such as China, as well as India, the world's largest democracy. Only five countries voted against the verdict: Belarus, Eritrea, North Korea, Russia and Syria. Thirty-five and 38 countries abstained in each vote, including many authoritarian states such as China, as well as India, the world's largest democracy. Only five countries voted against the verdict: Belarus, Eritrea, North Korea, Russia and Syria. Thirty-five and 38 countries abstained in each vote, including many authoritarian states such as China, as well as India, the world's largest democracy. Overall, half of the world's population does not explicitly condemn Russian aggression.
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