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Time and tide wait for none

Time and tide wait for none. If it goes ones it never comes. This is my main moral that I have educated from week ten lecture class. There happened a very shocking event in the class in this week. Our lecturer came at the right time and found only 11 students out of 120 in the class on time. As a result of being late many students got Demerit as it is the rule of the university. However, there was a very interesting class on UN for about an hour and then we had a speech from outcasts.

First of all our lecturer provided an analysis of the differentiation on UN and other organization. As an example, United Nations and League of Nations differences were shared by the students and the lecturer. Major differences are joining of all independent nation in UN whereas LN was only limited to some of the countries only. Moreover, UN has its military to resolve conflicts, but LN did not have any militia.

The great lesson that I had on this day was about universal human right. I really like the right that UN has declared and admire UN role on this kind of work.  From my point of view the United Nations has done great successful jobs to reach its goals. For instance, the Afghan war. Iraq war, the Kashmir conflict, Myanmar conflict and so on.  Recently, the upraising conflict of North Korea and South Korea has also been taken care under UN’s attention.

Every organization has its positive and negative sides and UN as well. Although UN could do better in many cases that it could not, still the role that it is playing for peace is really admirable. In the tutorial class we did nothing important. We enjoyed the tutorial with gossiping and asking questions to one another. Even our teacher was also needed to face the questions.

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