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The Oxford handbook on the United Nations /

Other Authors: Weiss, Thomas George., Daws, Sam.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. I. Introduction
  • pt. II. Theoretical frameworks.
  • Political approaches /
  • Michael Barnett and Martha Finnemore
  • Legal perspectives /
  • José E. Alvarez
  • Evolution in knowledge /
  • Leon Gordenker and Christer Jönsson
  • pt. III. Principal organs.
  • General Assembly /
  • M.J. Peterson
  • Security Council /
  • David M. Malone
  • Economic and Social Council /
  • Gert Rosenthal
  • Trusteeship Council /
  • Ralph Wilde
  • Secretariat : independence and reform /
  • James O.C. Jonah
  • Secretary-General /
  • Edward Newman
  • International Court of Justice /
  • James Crawford and Tom Grant
  • pt. IV. Relationships with other actors.
  • Regional groups and alliances /
  • Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
  • Bretton Woods institutions /
  • Ngaire Woods
  • Civil society /
  • Paul Wapner
  • Private sector /
  • Craig N. Murphy
  • Media /
  • Barbara Crossette
  • pt. V. International peace and security.
  • Disarmament /
  • Keith Krause
  • Peaceful settlement of disputes and conflict prevention /
  • Rama Mani
  • Peacekeeping operations /
  • Michael W. Doyle and Nicholas Sambanis
  • Sanctions /
  • David Cortright, George A. Lopez, and Linda Gerber-Stellingwerf
  • Peace enforcement /
  • Michael Pugh
  • Humanitarian intervention /
  • Ramesh Thakur
  • Post-conflict peacebuilding /
  • Roland Paris
  • Terrorism /
  • Jane Boulden
  • pt. VI. Human rights.
  • Norms and machinery /
  • Bertrand G. Ramcharan
  • International criminal court and ad hoc tribunals /
  • Richard Goldstone
  • Humanitarian action and coordination /
  • Jeff Crisp
  • Women and gender /
  • Charlotte Bunch
  • Children /
  • Yves Beigbeder
  • Minorities and indigenous peoples /
  • Maivân Clech Lâm
  • Human security /
  • Fen O. Hampson and Christopher K. Penny
  • pt. VII. Development.
  • Coordinating economic and social affairs /
  • Jacques Fomerand and Dennis Dijkzeul
  • Health and infectious disease /
  • Gian Luca Burci
  • Natural resource management and sustainable development /
  • Nico Schrijver
  • Organized crime /
  • Frank G. Madsen
  • Democracy and good governance /
  • W. Andy Knight
  • Human development /
  • Richard Jolly
  • pt. VIII. Prospects for reform.
  • Principal organs /
  • Edward C. Luck
  • Financing /
  • Jeffrey Laurenti
  • Widening participation /
  • Chadwick F. Alger.