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United Nations in the Contemporary World

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United Nations in the Contemporary World by David J Whittaker
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Fifty years after its creation, there exists a vigorous debate as to its limitations and possibilities. In United Nations in the Contemporary World , David J. Whittaker examines how the UN works and assesses its position as a world organisation. The author explores the nature of the UN as a regime in contemporary international relations and considers the changing terms of reference of the UN and its activities. He also discusses: United Nations in the Contemporary World explores the nature of the UN as a regime in contemporary international relations. David J. Whittaker considers the changing terms of reference of the UN and includes a series of case studies to illustrate the multifaceted activities of the UN - in peacekeeping, arms control, aid for refugees and complex issues associated with developing nations and global urbanisation. He also surveys the prospects for internal change and principles of the organisation. United Nations in the Contemporary World provides an interdisciplinary history of the UN and debates the key issues for its future. David J. Whittaker includes an annotated biblioraphy, glossary and guide to further source material to aid individual research and gives a cogent analyses of how the UN addresses today's world problems and how it can adapt for the future.
Release date Australia
September 18th, 1997
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
144
Dimensions
140x216x13
ISBN-13
9780415153171
Product ID
1738768

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