Fifty Eighth annual session of United Nations General assembly is under proceedings in UN head quarters. This session possesses importance as it is held just after US invasion of Iraq.
President Bush has asked the world body to reconcile US doctrine of pre-emptive action in his speech to UNGA.
Other representatives in General Assembly including UN Secretary General criticized US policies and declared they brought united nations to a "fork in the road" as decisive as 1945 when the world body was founded.
Do you think recent textual criticism on United States from world body still weighty?
Is it still righteous for President Bush to seek intl. help from world body?
How should world body respond USA's request on sending troops to Iraq after Pres. Bush's speech in General Assembly?
Will United Nation be able to revive Iraqi status quo ante bellum?