Multilateral Diplomacy and the United Nations Today

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James P. Muldoon
Westview Press, 1999 - Political Science - 260 pages
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This eclectic collection of essays explores key facets of multilateral diplomacy and the diplomatic regime at the end of the twentieth century. Students at all levels will learn how multilateral diplomacy is conducted and how it has adjusted and performed in the post-Cold War political and economic climate of the United Nations system. It is an essential supplemental text to any course on contemporary international relations, diplomacy, and international organizations, especially to Model UN programs.

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James P. Muldoon Jr. is senior fellow with the Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers-Newark and the author of Westview's The Architecture of Global Governance: An Introduction to the Study of International Organizations. JoAnn Fagot Aviel is Professor and Chair of the International Relations Department at San Francisco State University where she also serves as the faculty advisor of the Model United Nations program. Earl Sullivan is Provost and professor of political science at American University in Cairo and the founding adviser of the Cairo International Model United Nations and the Cairo International Model Arab League. James P. Muldoon Jr. is senior fellow with the Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers-Newark and the author of Westview's The Architecture of Global Governance: An Introduction to the Study of International Organizations. Richard Reitano is Professor of Government at Dutchess Community College and Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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