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uni'wissen 1-2013_ENG

A Concerted Effort Diana Panke is analyzing how the United Nations achieves a balance between the formal equality and the real inequality of member states in the General Assembly by Stephanie Streif One country, one vote: This is the guiding principle of the United Nations General Assembly, but in reality there are major differences in the relative political strength of the member states – because large states have more resources at their disposal. Photo: Greg Kinch/UN 24