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In order to find solutions to the current problems facing our world, especially terrorism, I believe that we need to look into not only the root causes of terrorism but also the other contributing factors to terrorism that are confronting the world today. 5. (...) We have every reason to believe that the terrorists would take advantage of poverty. (...) As an important measure to combat terrorism, I believe that the international community needs to seriously stop not only the proliferation but also curb the illegal trade of small arms and light weapons.
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Score: 609089.1 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/...statements/011111cambodiaE.htm
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A very simple theory called believe and make believe. Today some of the biggest companies and brands in the world make us love them and believe in their visions. They do this by making us believe in what they believe because they believe in it day in and day out. (...) Your capabilities lie beyond your capacity to believe in them. Show resilience every step of the way, it can make or break your efforts as a social entrepreneur.
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Score: 609089.1 - https://www.unicef.org/india/stories/be-water-warrior
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First, the current situation in Iraq. I believe that the present condition in Iraq is a serious predicament. (...) Cambodia fully supports the peace talks in Beijing and believes that only dialogue and compromise are the way out of the present quandary. (...) If this can proceed, I believe that the steps toward normalization of the situation in the Korean peninsula are within our reach. 9.      
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Score: 609089.1 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/.../statements/cambeng030930r.htm
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And while the surprisingly large number of citizens who believe in Covid-19 conspiracy theories is reason for concern – for example, in May 2020, twenty-six per cent of Canadian citizens and thirty-nine per cent of Australian citizens believed that the coronavirus was a bioweapon engineered in a lab – an even larger number of citizens do not believe these conspiracy theories. (...) Citizens specifically believed that this “bioweapon” was engineered by the Germans – their enemy group in the First World War. (...) Even up to this day, a sizeable number of people believe that they were staged in a TV studio. In a 2019 survey , eleven per cent of US citizens believed that the moon landings were faked.
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Score: 609089.1 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...inking-scapegoat-always-useful
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Respondents living in lower human development countries and those living in conflict situations tended to express greater optimism about the future • Globally, many more respondents believed people will be better off (49%) in 2045 than today, compared with those who believe people will be worse off (32%). • Respondents in Sub-Saharan Africa were the most optimistic about the future (59%), followed by Central and Southern Asia (52%), and Eastern and South-eastern Asia (51%). (...) This may reflect the dramatic COVID-19 related workplace closures, working-hour and labour income losses. • Reducing conflict is a high priority among respondents in Eastern and South-eastern Asia, Northern Africa and Western Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa. • While respondents in countries that are not in conflict are more concerned about tensions between countries, those in conflict situations are more concerned about violence within their borders. 97% of respondents believe that international cooperation is important for addressing global challenges, with variation in the degree of importance across regions • The majority of respondents believe that international cooperation is essential (52%) for addressing global challenges, while 34% believe it is very important, and 11% believe it is fairly important. Only 3% of respondents believe international cooperation is not important or not important at all. • The degree of importance of international cooperation varies across regions, with the highest percentage of respondents who viewed it favorably from Northern America. • Respondents in higher human development countries tend to perceive the need for international cooperation as greater than those in lower human development countries. • A majority of respondents globally say that COVID-19 has increased their view of the importance for greater cooperation between countries.
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Score: 608571 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...etogether_executivesummary.pdf
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Respondents living in lower human development countries and those living in conflict situations tended to express greater optimism about the future • Globally, many more respondents believed people will be better off (49%) in 2045 than today, compared with those who believe people will be worse off (32%). • Respondents in Sub-Saharan Africa were the most optimistic about the future (59%), followed by Central and Southern Asia (52%), and Eastern and South-eastern Asia (51%). (...) This may reflect the dramatic COVID-19 related workplace closures, working-hour and labour income losses. • Reducing conflict is a high priority among respondents in Eastern and South-eastern Asia, Northern Africa and Western Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa. • While respondents in countries that are not in conflict are more concerned about tensions between countries, those in conflict situations are more concerned about violence within their borders. 97% of respondents believe that international cooperation is important for addressing global challenges, with variation in the degree of importance across regions • The majority of respondents believe that international cooperation is essential (52%) for addressing global challenges, while 34% believe it is very important, and 11% believe it is fairly important. Only 3% of respondents believe international cooperation is not important or not important at all. • The degree of importance of international cooperation varies across regions, with the highest percentage of respondents who viewed it favorably from Northern America. • Respondents in higher human development countries tend to perceive the need for international cooperation as greater than those in lower human development countries. • A majority of respondents globally say that COVID-19 has increased their view of the importance for greater cooperation between countries.
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Score: 608571 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...etogether_executivesummary.pdf
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Secondly, Ecuador believes that only the scrupulous observance of such commitments can pave the way for the opening of a new round of negotiations on tariff reductions, which would also address the reduction of non-tariff restrictions. (...) Fourthly, Ecuador does not believe that labour issues should be dealt with in this forum. (...) Ecuador further believes that the lasting success of the WTO will largely depend on its ability to ensure that all its Members are beneficiaries under the new world economic system, and to make every effort to achieve equality of opportunity.
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Score: 608571 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...to_e/minist_e/min96_e/st68.htm
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To this end, Canada believes coherence and coordination among our many international organizations is vital. (...) TRANSPARENCY I have spoken about some of the elements that I believe should be addressed at this Conference, let me now conclude with a few words on how we are doing our work. (...) I also believe that WTO members and the WTO system of Agreements will benefit from the views of an informed global public.
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Score: 608571 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../min01_e/statements_e/st13.doc
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To this end, Canada believes coherence and coordination among our many international organizations is vital. (...) TRANSPARENCY I have spoken about some of the elements that I believe should be addressed at this Conference, let me now conclude with a few words on how we are doing our work. (...) I also believe that WTO members and the WTO system of Agreements will benefit from the views of an informed global public.
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Score: 608571 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../min01_e/statements_e/st13.pdf
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For reasons of history, culture, heritage and solidarity, I believe it important for a strong, mutually beneficial relationship to be maintained between the countries of the African continent and the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean. (...) The action we take requires us not only to build bridges, but also to take down barriers. I believe, in that regard, that the diaspora must strengthen links with the countries of Africa at every level - social, economic, political and cultural. (...) U N I T E D N AT I O N S N AT I O N S U N I E S PA G E 3 I believe that the diaspora has a role to play in translating general proposals for Africa's development, stability and security into action, and in contributing to the implementing of that action.
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Score: 608571 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...statements/20040226-africa.pdf
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