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Multilateral diplomacy and the United Nations today

Author: James P Muldoon
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1999.
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"This eclectic collection of essays explores key facets of multilateral diplomacy and the diplomatic regime at the end of the twentieth century. Students of all levels will learn how multilateral diplomacy is conducted and how it has adjusted and performed in the post Cold War political and economic climate of the United Nations system. It is an essential supplemental text to any course on contemporary international  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Multilateral diplomacy and the United Nations today.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1999
(OCoLC)607122330
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James P Muldoon
ISBN: 0813399599 9780813399591 0813399580 9780813399584
OCLC Number: 39169922
Description: xii, 260 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The evolution of multilateral diplomacy / JoAnn Fagot Aviel --
The diplomat at the United Nations: yesterday and today / Don Mills --
The United Nations through the eyes of a Russian ambassador / Sergey Lavrov --
The United Nations: dealing with threats to the peace in the post-Cold War Era / Earl Sullivan --
The humanitarian responsibilities of the UN Security Council: ensuring the security of people / Juan Somavia --
Intervening to prevent state collapse: the role of the United Nations / I. William Zartman --
The challenges of the global economy for post-Cold War diplomacy / James P. Muldoon --International economic diplomacy and international organizations / Isaac Cohen --
Private-sector diplomats in the global economy: skills for survival / Jeremy Taylor --
Summits, multilateral diplomacy, and the United Nations / Richard Reitano --
UN conferences: media events or genuine diplomacy? / Jacques Fomerand --
Citizen diplomacy and the 1995 NPT Review and Extension Conference / Shelton L. Williams --
NGOs and international affairs: a new dimension of diplomacy / JoAnn Fagot Aviel --
NGOs and diplomacy / Judy Mayotte --
The common ground approach: a case study of an NGO / Richard Eisendorf and Tim Werner --
The role of civil society in twenty-first-century diplomacy / Alicia Bárcena --
Multilateral diplomacy in the post-Cold War world / Earl Sullivan --
Post-Cold War UN diplomacy from up close: inside perspectives from an outsider / Rienk W. Terpstra --
Multilateral diplomacy in a time of "relative" sovereignty / Chen Luzhi --
Diplomacy in the twenty-first century: civil society versus the state / Richard Reitano and Caleb Elfenbein.
Responsibility: edited by James P. Muldoon, Jr. [and others].
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"This eclectic collection of essays explores key facets of multilateral diplomacy and the diplomatic regime at the end of the twentieth century. Students of all levels will learn how multilateral diplomacy is conducted and how it has adjusted and performed in the post Cold War political and economic climate of the United Nations system. It is an essential supplemental text to any course on contemporary international relations, diplomacy, and international organizations - especially to Model UN programs."--Jacket.

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