"Nor is it in any way regrettable that there are disagreements. One lecturer, Aragon, attacks another, André Malraux. There are passages of passion, of violence even, which at first glance seem hardly suitable to the detachment of the aims of UNESCO. Yet an international organisation can, if it is to be strong and real, only be born within the turbulence and controversy of each nation. Otherwise it will tend to become an international academy or bureaucracy."