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Cooperation between the United Nations and the Organization of the Islamic Conference: G.A. res. 49/15, 49 U.N. GAOR Supp. (No. 49) at 14, U.N. Doc. A/49/49 (1994)

The UN General Assembly Document, located at the University of Minnesota Human Rights Library, outlines a 1994 agreement of cooperation between the UN and the Organization of the Islamic Conference.

The eighth summit of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference was recently held in Tehran, Iran. Iran recently hosted representatives from 55 countries to a three-day Muslim summit in Tehran in a move which is being seen as a new phase in the country's re-emergence after years of relative isolation. The acceptance of Iran's invitations by senior figures from former enemies such as Saudi Arabia and Iraq has been portrayed by Iranian leaders and many others as a strong setback for US attempts to politically quarantine that country. Representatives considered 142 resolutions prepared by foreign ministers on issues including Middle East peace, regional conflicts, terrorism and human rights. However, perhaps the most significant outcome of the summit has been a reintroduction of Iran into the Muslim community of nations. Capitalizing on current anti-American sentiments and the recent election of a relatively moderate president, Iran hopes to rebuild its relationships with its neighbors and once again become a regional leader, a position it held for approximately 3000 years.

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Cooperation Between the United Nations and the Organization of the Islamic Conference, General Assembly Res. 49/15, 49 United Nations GAOR Supp. (No. 49) at 14, United Nations Document A/49/49 (1994)
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1994
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December 16th, 1997
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April 3rd, 2003 at 4:49pm
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April 3rd, 2003 at 4:49pm
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