Over the years, a large number of governments have given gifts of various sorts to the UN and many of these are displayed throughout the building. Wandering around in a break, I therefore came across a 1970 gift from Turkey, which is a copper reproduction of the oldest known peace treaty. It was signed between Hattusilis, the King of the Hittites, and Ramses II, the King of Egypt. Its provisions include eternal friendship, lasting peace, territorial integrity, non-aggression, extradition and mutual help. And all this in 1269 BC. It makes you think.