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34 -- Part 3: A New Era in World History
slum dwellers around the world are the epitome of the changes we are living through.
We live in a world that is connected and never should be able to offer all young people before.
This is a dangerous thing, of course.
At the moment, these opportunities are far from weapons of mass destruction.
There is a second problem, as national markets of security less in terms of defending territory, are, by rules based on shared social objectives, not underpinned by the global market.
To make a success of this stage.
We need to make our States stronger and more effective at represented levels.
They need to work together on global rights and economic development.
Issues, all pulling their weight, and all having their say.
We need to find better generations to sustain the lives of vulnerable people.
How can we call human beings free when over a billion of them are struggling to survive?
Crimes against humanity are worrying some of us.
Terrorist groups were involved in political activities.
One of the United Nation's Millennium Project's goals has been achieved by a child being immunized against disease in a remote village in Thailand.
At a time when millions of new mouths to feed are brought to the cultivable land, we must face the implications of a steadily shrinking sur face.
The best hope is if we can allay the fears surrounding it.
Under the pressure of human consumption and destruction, our forests, fisheries, and diversity of living species are close to collapsing.
We need a new ethic of stewardship.
We need a better informed public, and we need to take environmental costs and benefits into account in our economic policy decisions.
Incentives and regulations are needed to discourage pollution and overconsumption of nonrenewable resources.
We need more accurate data.
It doesn't matter if it makes a useful contribution to solve the problems or not.
The Security Council may have a moral duty to act on the problems and tasks that affect the everyday lives of our people.
The United Nations will have little or no role to play if we lose sight of that point.
In the last century, it has lost steam.
Let us never forget, that means controlling the traffic.
The world's vexed issue of nuclear weapons is being served by us.
The report addresses achievements, but not the third fundamental freedom.
They are telling us that we need to do more and that we need to do it better.
The Millennium Report was presented to the United Nations by Kofi Annan.
The United of future generations were given permission to produce this program.
There are three global issues and three related to global warming.
Annan hopes the Millennium Project will be the first step in implementing the Kyoto Protocol.
The wave of terrorism waned in the 1980s as colonies gained independence and local and international police and security agencies became more effective in preventing attacks.
A complex global pattern of violence and political conflict has been caused by terrorism.
The new century revealed the global nature of terrorism most dramatically in the United States.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, two hijacked passenger planes that departed from Boston crashed into and destroyed the World Trade Center in New York City.
A third plane crashed into the Pentagon and a fourth plane crashed into a field in Pennsylvania.
The terrorist attacks took the lives of many people.
The United States launched a military campaign to destroy the perpetrators of the crime, Saudi born Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network of terrorists and Afghanistan's reactionary Mus lim government.
The United States joined with the Northern Al iance in Afghanistan, which had been fighting the Taliban for years, in building a broad international coalition.
The Taliban government col apsed in 2001.
The war for control of Afghanistan continues even after bin Laden's death, despite the fact that the Taliban did not go away.
In December of 2010, Obama significantly increased the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan.
The training of the Afghan Security Force was supposed to be sped up by the extra forces.
The troop withdrawal from Afghanistan began in 2011.
Many commentators were quick to stress the role of extreme Islamic fundamen talism as a motivating factor in the new wave of terrorism.
Some scholars noted that recent heinous crimes had been committed by terrorists inspired by several religious faiths and sects, and they were by no means limited to Islamic extremists.
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