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    The “Uniting for Peace” Resolution of 1950 implies that

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    1. the General Assembly can take up an issue, with the permission of the Security Council, which is likely to threaten the international peace and security and which the Security Council has failed to resolve as a result of a veto

    2. the General Assembly can take up an issue which is likely to threaten international peace and security and which the Security Council has failed to resolve as a result of a veto

    3. the General Assembly can take up an issue which is likely to threaten the international peace and security in emergent situations

    4. None of the choices.

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