The Founding of the United Nations : an Interview with Alexei Roschin by James S. Sutterlin
Ambassador Alexei Roschin (Russia, ) served as one of three Advisors to the Russian Delegation of the United Nations Conference on International Organization held in San Francisco in 1945.
In this interview, conducted on 25 May 1990, Mr. Roschin discussed the former Soviet Union's standpoints on the development of the United Nations and its expected duties; and evaluated the work of the United Nations since its establishment.
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