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Author: Lawrence S. Finkelstein
ISBN: 0822308045
Language: English
Pages: 519 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Duke University Press Books (February 19, 1988)
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Politics in the United Nations reflects the predominant discord and occasional convergence among the members of the UN system as they view the international problems of our times through lenses of their geographic, historical, ideological, religious, and ethnic diversity

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Acknowledgments xv. 1. The Politics of Value Allocation in the UN System, Lawrence S. Finkelstein 1. 2. The United Nations and the Politics of Law, Robert E. Riggs 41. 3. Unit Veto Dominance in the United Nations Peace-Keeping, Alan M. James 75. 4. The Politics of International Economic Cooperation and Development, Robert W. Gregg 106. 5. The Deterioration of the GATT Foundation Framework in International Trade Relations, Ronald I. Meltzer 148.

The contributors to this book describe how, since the United Nations was founded more than forty years ago, the UN system has changed to. .

The contributors to this book describe how, since the United Nations was founded more than forty years ago, the UN system has changed to accommodate the varied interests of its members.

Lawrence S. Finkelstein 1969

Lawrence S. Finkelstein 1969. A thoughtful study of the problems facing foreign policy makers. This special issue of International Organization probes the relationship between the United States and multilateral organizations. It highlights the major choices the United States will confront during the next decade. Finkelstein's own essay and that of Vermon Aspaturian maintain that the United States had a relatively easy role in peace keeping in the less sophisticated days of Soviet policy under Stalin.

Politics In The United Nations System. Professor Finkelstein and his colleagues look at all the actors involved in the . and its operations-not only member states but also international bodies, governmental and nongovernmental organizations, high . officials and others-all those attempting to protect their interests, gain influence and prestige, or serve their cause by playing the game of politics in . forums and activities.

Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique. Politics in the United Nations SystemLawrence S. Finkelstein, ed. Durham: Duke University Press, 1988, pp. xvi, 503. Shreesh Juyal (a1). University of Regina. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 10 November 2009. Export citation Request permission. Duke University Press, 1988, 519 p. Guy Gosselin. Online publication: April 12, 2005. r CopiedAn error has occurred. n error has occurred. Volume21, Issue4, 1990, p. 878–881 Monde : prochain épisode.

For a fuller application to the UN system of David Easton’s classic definition of politics as the authoritative allocation of values, see Lawrence S. Finkelstein (e., Politics in the United Nations System (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1988), especially this author’s The Politics of Value., Politics in the United Nations System (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1988), especially this author’s The Politics of Value Allocation in the UN System’, (ch. 1) and ‘Comparing Politics in the UN System’, (ch. 15. oogle Scholar.

Banks and Politics in America (1957) (. ISBN 0691005532) is a book by Bray Hammond, which describes the differences in banking and politics in the United States between the American Revolution and the Civil War period

Banks and Politics in America (1957) (. ISBN 0691005532) is a book by Bray Hammond, which describes the differences in banking and politics in the United States between the American Revolution and the Civil War period. The book was awarded the 1958 Pulitzer Prize for History.

Politics in the United Nations reflects the predominant discord and occasional convergence among the members of the UN system as they view the international problems of our times through lenses of their geographic, historical, ideological, religious, and ethnic diversity.

The contributors to this book describe how, since the United Nations was founded more than forty years ago, the UN system has changed to accommodate the varied interests of its members.