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This 4 page paper provides an overview of Panama's political and economic history along with a look at its recent admission to the UNSC. The UN is discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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2006). Panama had been competing for the seat with other countries such as Barbados, Guatemala and Venezuela (Matthews, 2006). Yet, Panama won by a large margin. Others who joined at
the same time were Belgium, Italy, Indonesia and South Africa (Matthews, 2006). Panama was a seat that many were happy with. In fact, when Panamas name was announced, there was
applause (Matthews, 2006). The representative to the U.N. for Panama is Ricardo Alberto Arias who made the following remark in respect to the feeling in the air: "... a spirit
of understanding the different conflicts that there are in the world, especially those caused by cultural and religious differences " (Matthews, 2006). Here, there is a sense that Panama wants
to make a difference, but some believe that its role is small. Panama is not one of the P5. The five permanent members, or the P5, are China, Britain, France,
the United States and Russia (Matthews, 2006). Panamas membership in the United Nations seem to be on solid ground. Indeed, it has recently made it into the United Nations Security
Council and that is quite an accomplishment. Yet, the UN in its own right is rather controversial. In recent years, the UN has come under intense scrutiny. Some critics suggest
that it is weak and even that it is not needed anymore. Others applaud the work that the United Nations has done through the years and sees it as a
vital global force that can change things for the better. Its history suggests that it is an important part of the world, particularly because it has been around for more
than half a century. The current political situation in Panama is good now, but it has not been solid for a long period of time. Today Panama has a constitutional