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Evolution Of The United Nations System

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Evolution Of The United Nations System by Amos Yoder
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In the 1990s the United Nations enjoyed a revival of prestige, particularly within the United States. At the same time, the role of the UN and the nature of its achievements are changing dramatically. Internationalists note that the world's nations are becoming increasingly interdependent and are relying more and more on international organizations for economic and social services. Political interdependency may follow, which will increase the activities and increase the activities and influence of international organizations such as the UN. Focusing on the importance of the United Nations and international law for war and peace, this title includes an assessment of the Security Council's actions to end or contain conflicts, and an evaluation of the network of nuclear arms control agreements. Particular attention is paid to the critical role of the UN in the 1991 Persian Gulf War and its implications for the way in which the UN will function in future conflicts.
Release date NZ
April 8th, 1993
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Taylor & Francis Inc
Pages
270
Dimensions
155x235x15
ISBN-13
9780844817415
Product ID
1648371

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