United Nations: Decision Making

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Sep 12, 1980 - Law - 283 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Some
3
General
23
The Sixth Legal Committee
40
The Economic and Social Council and Related Bodies
53
Functional Commissions Standing Committees Standing Expert Bodies
59
The U N Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD
60
The Specialized Agencies
63
Delegation Organization
104
Coordination of Political and Financial Objectives
108
Instructions
110
Relations with Other Delegations
111
The Where and How of Delegation Contacts
113
Procedures and Tactics of United Nations Decision Making
119
Voting
124
Consensus and Pseudoconsensus
127

Coordination
65
Restructuring the U N Economic and Social Sectors
66
Part Two Dynamics of United Nations Decision Making
71
Elements of Decision Making
73
Operational Programs
75
Global Conferences
79
Decision Making for the New International Economic Order
81
Permanent or QuasiPermanent Ad Hoc Machinery
84
The Role of Groups
87
Nongovernmental Organizations NGOs
93
Liberation Movements
95
Permanent Missions and Nonpermanent Delegations Their Organization and Methods
103
What Does a Vote Mean?
129
Six Examples
147
The Usability of Contributions to the Special Fund
160
Two Cases
167
The Story
179
Development Fund
200
Concluding Observations
209
Charter of the United Nations
225
Rules of Procedure of the General Assembly
247
Index
275
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