Table of contents for U.S. national debate topic, 2004-2005 : the United Nations / edited by Cullen Thomas.


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I. Origins and Major Efforts
Editor's Introduction
United Nations. Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia
A Step Along an Evolutionary Path: The Founding of the United Nations.
Jean Krasno. Global Dialogue
The United Nations and World History. John Allphin Moore, Jr. and
Jerry Pubantz. Facts on File
The U.N. Idea Revisited. Abba Eban. Foreign Affairs

II. The Work of U.N. Programs and Specialized Agencies
Editor's Introduction
Major Achievements of the United Nations. un.org
An Interview with Carol Bellamy, Executive Director of the
United Nations Children's Fund. Oliver Smith and Monica Tedeschi.
Journal of International Affairs
Earth Summit: The Planet Is at a Crucial Crossroads. Fred Pearce.
The Independent (London)
Doctor Who Pushed Health onto Global Political Agenda. Frances Williams.
Financial Times (London)
The Four "R"s of Refugees. Ruud Lubbers. New Perspectives Quarterly.

III. A History of Intervention
Editor's Introduction
Major Conflicts. UNESCO Courier
What I Learned in Bosnia. Paddy Ashdown. The New York Times
Tolerance Breaks out in Kosovo. Ken Dilanian. Philadelphia Inquirer
Walking Softly in Afghanistan: The Future of U.N. State-Building.
Simon Chesterman. Survival
What U.N. Did in East Timor-A Lesson for Iraq? Slobodan Lekic.
Government Custom Wire



IV. The U.S. and the U.N.-A Troubled Affair
Editor's Introduction
U.N. Peacekeeping in Trouble as Cost and Controversy Grow.
Miles A. Pomper. CQ Weekly
Out of the Loop. Lee Michael Katz. National Journal
Why America Still Needs the United Nations. Shashi Tharoor.
Foreign Affairs.
Right to the Brink. Economist

V. Questions of Reform and the U.N.'s Future
Editor's Introduction
From World Leaders Adopt "United Nations Millennium Declaration"
at Conclusion of Extraordinary Three-Day Summit. U.N. Press Release.
U.N. Wants to Rule New World Order. Diane Sabom. Insight on the News
United Nations. Madeleine K. Albright. Foreign Policy
Defining a New Role for the United Nations. Kofi A. Annan.
The International Herald Tribune





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United Nations