Are all nations equal?
Just to give one example, some nations are members of the UN "Security Council" and others aren't. Any Security Council nation can veto a UN resolution.
Who was hamsa mehta in the drafting of the universal declaration of human rights of the united nations?
Why was the US willing to join the United Nations in 1945 when it had been so opposed to the earlier League of Nations?
It was lead to a US. involvement in international conflict with out Congressional approval. It also would not protect anyone in the League of nations if they are in a war with another country out of the League so any country in it will not help any other country they have to help them selves because all it was to have peace and have equal power in all countries.
These were the main goals of the Atlantic Charter: Support and respect the rights of all people to choose the form of government under which they will live. Support an end to colonial rule and imperialism, and work towards the restoration "of sovereign rights and self-government...to those who have been forcibly denied them." Support global free trade and give all peoples "equal access, on equal terms, to the trade and...raw materials of the world." Support…
The Civil Rights movement overlapped the Vietnam War. While our soldiers were at war, our country was divided not only concerning our involvement in said war but also due to the push to follow the Constitution - all men are created equal. Women, Native nations, Black, Spanish Americans all fought for their rights to equal jobs, equal pay, equal treatment. The anger tied to these actions carried over to the treatment of the soldiers.