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by Amos Yoder
In the 1990s the United Nations enjoyed a revival of prestige, particularly within the United States. First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
First Published in 1997.
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This is the first major exploration of the United Nations Security Council's part in addressing the problem of war . The book, bringing together distinguished scholars and practitioners, draws on the methods of the lawyer, the historian, the student of international relations, and the practitioner.
This is the first major exploration of the United Nations Security Council's part in addressing the problem of war, both civil and international, since 1945. Both during and after the Cold War the Council has acted in a limited and selective manner, and its work has sometimes resulted in failure. It has not been-and was never equipped to be-the center of a comprehensive system of collective security. It begins with an introductory overview of the Council's evolving roles and responsibilities.