On August 21, 2013, the Syrian people suffered a chemical-weapons attack, and reports soon spread that the Assad regime was behind the attack. These reports set off a global debate: should the United States, the United Nations, and other world powers launch military strikes on Syria? The United Nations Security Council's inability to resolve the crisis has drawn criticism, with some commentators saying that the U.N. system has been seized by paralysis. The world is currently facing many critical international issues that require resolution through strong leadership dedicated to the preservation of international peace and security.
What are U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's true thoughts on these pressing issues? What does he think about the disputes between Japan and South Korea over ownership of the Takeshima Islands, between Japan and China over ownership of the Senkaku Islands, and between Iran and Israel over nuclear weapons capability? Can we depend on him to successfully uphold the principle of impartiality in the United Nations's role of peacemaking?
In this spiritual interview with the guardian spirit of Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Master Okawa reveals the U.N. Secretary - General's true character and true intentions regarding his important peacemaking responsibilities. It is Master Okawa's hope that with this information, the world will be able to make better political and economic decisions that will truly contribute to justice and lasting peace.