Martin, The Honourable Paul
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The importance and inevitability of the United Nations as established by events of the last year, particularly in the Congo and now in the current Fifteenth Assembly of the United Nations, to maintain order in the world, and as represented in the collective conscience of mankind. An examination of the proceedings of the Fifteenth Assembly. A discussion of Mr. Khrushchev's remarks, as well as speeches by Mr. MacMillan and Mr. Nehru. Revisions to the United Nations. The ideological difference that divides the world at this time. The issues of disarmament and control. The role that Canada has to play. Initiatives that Canada might take.