Marketing Manhattan: United Nations Response to the September 11 Attacks
September 11, 2001 was one of the most tragic days in United States history. Nineteen men hijacked four US commercial airplanes, crashing into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a small town in Pennsylvania. At the World Trade in New York City, 2,753 people were killed and thousands more were injured (CNN, 2001). The United Nations, a global organization of 193 member states, aims to maintain international peace and security and protect human rights. After the attack, the United Nations released a series of resolutions, some of which were legally binding under Charter VII of the Security ...
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