Japan seeks to increase its U.N. staffers to match financial outlay

Tokyo, which recently celebrated its sixth decade of U.N. membership, is not represented as much as its bountiful financial contributions to the international body would justify. At the job fair in Tokyo, students raised their hands in succession to ask …
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