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What is the U.N. Report on Children and Armed Conflict and how does it affect Israel which was recently added?

It depends ... if the country to be added to the list is backed by, say, the US, then maybe no serious global effect is expectable offically, at least among the Westerners which control the main ...
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Has a country ever by its own volition refused to join the United Nations?

I agree with the answer by @Schmerel, that the membership in the UN is often the main distinction between a country/state and not a country/state. So the question would need to be supplied by a ...
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Has a country ever by its own volition refused to join the United Nations?

To some degree the question is circular because UN recognition is frequently what gives countries status of countries as opposed to disputed territories. If you consider Vatican city to be an ...
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Has a country ever by its own volition refused to join the United Nations?

Switzerland kept out of the UN for half a century. They finally joined in 2002. This was a deliberate decision based on their view of neutrality.
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What is the U.N. Report on Children and Armed Conflict and how does it affect Israel which was recently added?

The UN General Assembly requires the UN Secretary General to provide an annual report on Children and Armed Conflict to the UN Security Council and others. The next one is due in a couple of weeks and ...
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