The chapter concludes with chapters outlining different ways states pursue public and private interests. In the process, the book studies international and normative developments, the history of the UN, and strategies from the US, and from other powers, including the European Union and China.
It explores the UN, including the role of its peacekeeping operations, and includes many case studies throughout the world. It also covers the history of the UN, organization, its relations with other international institutions, and its general relationship with the US.
This book explores the United Nations in some depth, the authors combining narrative, case studies and analytical introduction to provide a thorough understanding of UN's legal system and the workings of the (and especially the political) bureaucracy of the UN. Each chapter begins with an identification of the problem or question in the context of which the topic will be discussed. This active, engaging style of reading then brings the reader into the process of what is, after all, a long-term, specialized intellectual project, delivering a power that is unique. The book reveals and demonstrates the UN as an organization of great complexity
The United Nations is the only international organization to enjoy official state approval and universal acceptance. Because of this ultimate achievement, many in the world consider the organization to be the most significant institution of international politics. This book explores the legal basis and organizational structure of the organization, as well as the politics of its creation and evolution.
The first volume of the United Nations Series provides an in depth examination of the United Nations Organization. The Organization's charter and constitutional framework, procedures for its set-up, operations, and role in world politics.
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