Table of contents for United Nations, divided world : the UN's roles in international relations / edited by Adam Roberts and Benedict Kingsbury.


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Introduction: The UN's Roles in a Divided World: Adam Roberts and Benedict Kingsbury
The Historical Development of the UN's Role in International Security: Michael Howard
The UN and International Security after the End of the Cold War: Brian Urquhart
The UN and the National Interests of States: Anthony Parsons
The Role of the UN Secretary-General: Javier Perez de Cuellar
The Good Offices Function of the UN Secretary-General: Thomas M. Franck and Georg Nolte
UN Peacekeeping and Election-Monitoring: Sally Morphet
The UN and Human Rights: At the End of the Beginning: Tom J. Farer and Felice Gaer
The UN and the Problem of Economic Development: Kenneth Dadzie
The UN and the Environment: Patricia Birnie
The UN and the Development in International Law: Nagendra Singh
The Historical Development of Efforts to Reform the UN: Maurice Bertrand
The Structure of the UN in the Post-Cold War Period: Peter Wilenski
Appendices, including: An Agenda for Peace: Boutros Boutros-Ghali



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United Nations.
International relations.