A delegation from the National Committee on United States–China Relations visits the United Nations in 1973. COURTESY OF NCUSCR.

China is a founding member of the United Nations and, as a permanent member of its Security Council, holds veto power over resolutions brought before the U.N. Due to political unrest in China during the years following the U.N.’s founding in 1945, China’s representation in the U.N. became a source of unresolved domestic strife and international conflict

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By |2014-12-16T16:53:57-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance, International Relations|Comments Off on United Nations–China Relations (Liánhéguó hé Zhōngguó de wàijiāo guānxì 联合国和中国的外交关系)|Liánhéguó hé Zhōngguó de wàijiāo guānxì 联合国和中国的外交关系 (United Nations–China Relations)

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