Increasing Number Of Female Diplomats Shifting Policy Discussions To Include Women’s Issues

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“… While women diplomats are still far from a majority at the U.N., they have reached a critical mass. … More female diplomats at the negotiating table could introduce a perspective their male counterparts may not share, especially when ‘grappling with policies having to do with war and peace that affect women…'” (Yoon, 3/19).

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