The United Nations at the Crossroads of Reform

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M.E. Sharpe, 1994 - Law - 285 pages
This study presents a case for the reform of the United Nations and discusses possible measures for enforcing peace worldwide. There are separate chapters on such topics as the General Assembly, Security Council, the Secretary-General and the Secretariat, and the International Court of Justice.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Organization and Functioning
9
the United Nations 1 The United Nations and Its Membership
11
The General Assembly
19
The Security Council
26
Peacemaking or Peacekeeping
38
The SecretaryGeneral and the Secretariat
60
The Economic and Social Council and the Subsidiary Organs
72
Regional Arrangements
145
The Pattern and the Role of Technology
155
Institutions
163
The Environment
178
People
193
Reform of the United Nations
208
Charter of the United Nations
229
Notes
267

Financial Policy
99
The International Court of Justice
114
Colonies and the Trusteeship Council
129
Index
275
About the Author
285
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