U.S. Foreign Policy and the United Nations System

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1996 - 304 lappuses
The essays in this latest American Assembly title have been conditioned by the harsh fiscal realities facing the U.S. government and the real need for reform in the United Nations system. Assessing the diverse issues that surround the United States's policy toward the UN, contributors from a diversity of fields - law, government, academia, military - are united in their belief that, with work, it will be possible to forge a sound, bipartisan U.S. policy toward the UN system - and that it is critical for such an effort to begin immediately. As in other areas of foreign policy, budgetary considerations are now driving substance. The United Nations should not be shielded from careful budgetary examination, but it is crucial for the American people to engage in a rational debate to examine which UN activities are most in the United States's interest.
 

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Saturs

Preface II
11
The United Nations Multilateralism and U
27
The U N System and Sustainable
108
Protecting Human Rights
140
Refugees Displaced Persons and the United
187
The Role of the SecretaryGeneral
212
Reforming the United Nations or Going
229
Preparing for a Better U N Future
249
Bibliography
265
About The American Assembly
287
Index
293
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Par autoru (1996)

C. William Maynes and Richard Williamson are former Assistant Secretaries of State for International Organization Affairs in the Carter and Reagan administrations.

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