9781855217386

United Nations, Volumes I and II: Volume I: Systems and Structures Volume II: Functions and Futures

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-05-28
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

The International Library of Politics and Comparative Government is an essential reference series which compiles the most significant journal articles in comparative politics over the past 30 years. It makes readily accessible to teachers, researchers and students, an extensive range of essays which, together, provide an indispensable basis for understanding both the established conceptual terrain and the new ground being broken in the rapidly changing field of comparative political analysis. These two volumes include articles which examine the system, the structure, the function and the future of the United Nations.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements vii
Series Preface ix
Introduction xi
PART I UN INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REFORM
`From League of Nations to United Nations', International Organization, 1, pp. 3--21
3(20)
Leland M. Goodrich
`Beyond the UN System? Critical Perspectives on Global Governance and Multilateral Evolution', Global Governance, 1, pp. 229--53
23(26)
W. Andy Knight
`The Reform of the UN and Cosmopolitan Democracy: A Critical Review', Journal of Peace Research, 30, pp. 301--15
49(16)
Daniele Archibugi
`Reforming the United Nations', Foreign Affairs, 74, pp. 56--71
65(16)
Paul Kennedy
Bruce Russett
`Democracy in the United Nations. For and Against', Forum for Development Studies, pp. 5--34
81(30)
Raino Malnes
`Twilight of the U.N.', New Republic, 213, pp. 25, 28, 30--3
111(6)
Michael Lind
`Saving the U.N.: A Challenge to the Next Secretary-General', Foreign Affairs, 75, pp. 2--7
117(6)
Jesse Helms
`The Limits of International Organization: Systematic Failure in the Management of Internatioal Relations', International Organization, 45, pp. 183--220
123(40)
Giulio M. Gallarotti
PART II UN FINANCING
`Financing the United Nations: Some Possible Solutions', Futures, 27, pp. 161--70
163(10)
Erskine Childers
`The UN Finance Crisis: A History and Analysis', International Relations, XI, pp. 127--50
173(24)
Simon Duke
`Financing the United Nations', Indian Journal of International Law, 35, pp. 157--67
197(14)
Muchkund Dubey
PART III THE UN, STATES, AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL ACTORS
`Appraising the U.N. at 50: The Looming Challenge', Journal of International Affairs, 48, pp. 625--46
211(22)
Richard Falk
`The Influence of States and Groups of States on and in the Security Council and General Assembly, 1980--94', Review of International Studies, 21, pp. 435--62
233(28)
Sally Morphet
`Pluralising Global governance: Analytical Approaches and Dimensions', Third World Quarterly, 16, pp. 357--87
261(32)
Leon Gordenker
Thomas G. Weiss
`Nongovernmental Organizations in the United Nations System: The Emerging Role of International Civil Society', Human Rights Quarterly, 18, pp. 107--41
293(36)
Dianne Otto
`Breaking the Realists' Cabal: Citizens' Rights in the UN', Development, 4, pp. 15--21
329(10)
Erskine B. Childers
PART IV THE UN SECRETARIAT AND SECRETARY-GENERAL
`Resilience and Reform: Some Thoughts on the Processes of Change in the United Nations', International Relations, IX, pp. 289--315
339(28)
Antonio Donini
`Towards a Management Renewal of the United Nations-Parts I and II', Public Administration and Development, 16, pp. 43--56 and pp. 111--22
367(26)
Michael Gurstein
Josef Klee
`The History, Role and Organization of the ``Cabinet'' of the United Nations Secretary-General', Nordic Journal of International Law, 59, pp. 103--16
393(14)
B.G. Ramcharan
`The Office of the Secretary-General and the Maintenance of International Peace and Security', Revue Egyptienne du Droit International, 42, pp. 1--42
407(42)
Nabil Elaraby
`Selecting the World's CEO: Remembering the Secretaries-General', Foreign Affairs, 74, pp. 21--6
449(6)
Brian Urquhart
Name Index 455

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