Admission To The United Nations

Author: Thomas D. Grant
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004173633
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This book gives an up-to-date account of admission to the UN, from the 1950s logjam through on-going controversies like Kosovo and Taiwan.

Encyclopedia Of The United Nations And International Agreements T To Z

Author: Edmund Jan Osmańczyk
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415939249
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Consequently, the seat and nameplate remained as before, but in the Assembly's
bodies representatives of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia could not sit behind
the sign "Yugoslavia." The Secretariat would continue to fly the flag of the old
Yugoslavia as the last flag Yugoslavia had used at the United Nations. The
admission of a new Yugoslavia under Art. 4 of the Charter would terminate the
situation created by the Assembly's resolution. In 2002 the Federal Republic of
Yugoslavia ...

Key Resolutions Of The United Nations General Assembly 1946 1996

Author: Dietrich Rauschning
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521597043
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D The General Assembly, Recalling that nine members of the Security Council,
on l8 August l947, supported a draft resolution recommending the admission to
the United Nations of Transjordan, and that no recommendation was made to the
General Assembly because of the opposition of one of the permanent members
of the Council, Recalling resolution ll3 (II), E, of l7 November l947, requesting the
Security Council to reconsider the application of Transjordan, Noting from the
report ...

Principles Of International Law

Author: Hans Kelsen
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584773251
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United Nations will be effected by a decision of the General Assembly upon the
recommendation of the Security Council." This provision does not mean that only
communities recognized as states by all members of the United Nations can be
admitted to the United Nations. Thus it is possible that a community may become
a member of the United Nations even if this community has not yet been
recognized as a state by one or another member voting for or against its
admission.

An Introduction To The Law Of The United Nations

Author: Robert Kolb
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1847317294
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In the case of the secession of a State and in the absence of legal continuity
between the new State and the predecessor State, the new State must apply for
admission to the United Nations: 'a new State, a new admission' is the rule that
applies. This was the situation, for example, for Bangladesh when it separated
from Pakistan in 1974. It was also the case—following a lengthy debate as to
whether it was a continuation of the former Socialist Federal Republic of
Yugoslavia—for ...