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by Ramesh Thakur,Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu

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9280811282
Author:
Ramesh Thakur,Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
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Military
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English
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United Nations University Press (December 15, 2006)
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568 pages
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Some of these challenges, it seems, can only be resolved with institutional reform. 1 Excerpt from William Butler Yeats, The Second Coming (1921)

Some of these challenges, it seems, can only be resolved with institutional reform. 1 Excerpt from William Butler Yeats, The Second Coming (1921).

Ramesh Chandra Thakur, Ramesh Thakur, Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu. This book examines these major normative and structural challenges from a number of different perspectives. Publisher's description. It called into question the adequacy of the existing institutions for articulating global norms and enforcing compliance with the demands of the international community. -From source other than the Library of Congress.

Thakur, Ramesh & Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu, eds, 2006

Thakur, Ramesh & Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu, eds, 2006. Tokyo: United Nations University Press. The legitimacy crisis that existing institutions of global governance are undergoing has led the European Union (EU) to place the idea of effective multilateralism at the heart of its foreign policy doctrine. This article draws inspiration from debates on the notion of power in International Relations to expose the normative dilemmas behind multilateralism in EU foreign policy.

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Structural, Institutional and Normative Challenges. It called into question the adequacy of existing institutions for articulating global norms and enforcing compliance with the demands of the international community.

In: Vereinte Nationen 56 (2008), S. 87-88.

The Iraq war was a multiple assault on the foundations and rules of the existing UN-centered world order. It called into question the adequacy of existing institutions for articulating global norms and enforcing compliance with the demands of the international community. The war was simultaneously a test of the UN's willingness and ability to deal with brutal dictatorships and a searching scrutiny of the nature and exercise of American power. The UN Security Council is the core of the international law enforcement system and the principal vehicle for pursuit of multilateral goals. The United States' emergence as sole superpower after the cold war distorted the structural balance in the UN schema. The United States has global power; the United Nations is the fount of international authority. Progress toward a world of a rules-based, civilized international order requires that U.S. force be put to the service of lawful international authority. This book examines these major normative and structural challenges from a number of different perspectives.

  • Mmsa
I was looking for sources for my thesis, which is about the new emerging norm of the Responsibility to Protect, and I found this book very useful to my writing, and with a very good price too.
Thanks
  • Breder
I only read the chapter on the Latin American perspective. The analysis was insightful and critical without being accusatory, inflammatory or whiney (as most reports on the subject tend to be).