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No!

   A world government, in order to be effective, must possess some sovereign power, and must directly represent people as well as nations. The United Nations, as presently organized, is a confederation of nation-states. In a confederation, all sovereignty is at the national or local level. The central government lacks sovereignty. The United Nations is powerless unless the member states authorize the use of power and give the United Nations organization the means and resources to exercise power.