Understanding the UN Security Council: Coercion Or Consent?

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Ashgate, 2004 - Law - 246 pages
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This impressive work sheds light on the recent history of the UN Security Council (UNSC), examining how the penchant for UN-backed humanitarian intervention in the 1990s has given way to an impotent UNSC, unable to play a meaningful role in the war in Iraq. The book is designed for readers who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the workings of the UNSC and the attitudes of its members towards the use of force and sovereignty, as well as understanding its limitations in international politics.

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