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Remarks by President Obama to the United Nations General Assembly
Barack Obama served as the 44th President of the United States from to Before his presidency, he served in the Illinois Senate — and the United States Senate — It was during his campaign for the United States Senate that he first made a speech that received nationwide attention; he gave the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. Obama began to run for president just three years after that speech. In response to a political controversy involving race during the primary campaign, he delivered his " A More Perfect Union " speech, which was widely seen as a critical point in the campaign. Obama won election to the presidency in and re-election in
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Jump to main content. Jump to navigation. President, Mr. Out of the ashes of the Second World War, having witnessed the unthinkable power of the atomic age, the United States has worked with many nations in this Assembly to prevent a third world war -- by forging alliances with old adversaries; by supporting the steady emergence of strong democracies accountable to their people instead of any foreign power; and by building an international system that imposes a cost on those who choose conflict over cooperation, an order that recognizes the dignity and equal worth of all people. That is the work of seven decades. That is the ideal that this body, at its best, has pursued. Of course, there have been too many times when, collectively, we have fallen short of these ideals.
President; Mr. From the depths of the greatest financial crisis of our time, we coordinated our response to avoid further catastrophe and return the global economy to growth. Our assistance is helping people feed themselves, care for the sick, power communities across Africa, and promote models of development rather than dependence. And we have made international institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund more representative, while establishing a framework to protect our planet from the ravages of climate change. This is important work.