The Procedure Of The Un Security Council

Author: Loraine Sievers
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199685290
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This text is a revised edition and contains new material documenting the extensive and rapid innovations in the UN Security Council's procedures of the past two decades.

The Procedure Of The Un Security Council

Author: Sydney Dawson Bailey
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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This revised and updated edition of Bailey's comprehensive 1975 guide discusses the changes in procedure and practice in the UN Security Council that have emerged in recent years and takes account of such recent developments as the ...

The Un Security Council

Author: David Malone
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers
ISBN: 9781588262400
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Among published sources on this subject, see the report on Procedural
Developments in the Security Council, 2001 , S/2002/603. June 6. 2002; Sydney
D. Bailey and Sam Daws, The Procedure of the UN Security Council, 3rd ed. (
Oxford: Clarendon, 1998); and the forthcoming eleventh and twelfth supplements
to the Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council, covering the years 1989-
1995. 1. Ambassador Kishore Mahbubani, in the public debate on the
consideration of the ...

Resolutions And Statements Of The United Nations Security Council

Author: Karel Wellens
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9780792307969
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This is not a book about the Security Council and the way it operates according to
its own Provisional Rules of Procedure. In this respect international lawyers
should turn in their library for the major work by Sydney D. Bailey, The Procedure
of the UN, Security Council, Second Edition, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1988.
Perhaps, to a small extent, this new publication could be considered instrumental
and complementary to Bailey's book. 2. The kind of material collected in this book

Un Security Council Reform

Author: Peter Nadin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317417585
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Ratih Indraswari, “Reforming the UN Security Council,” Jakarta Post, 17
December 2013.
reformingunsecuritycouncil.html. The Provisional Rule of Procedure of the UN
Security Council, Rule 48. David Bosco, Five to Rule Them All: The UN Security
Council and the Making of the Modern World (New York: Oxford University Press,
2009). UN Security Council, Resolutions and Decisions of the Security Council,
Volumes 37–46 (New York: ...

The United Nations Security Council And War

Author: Vaughan Lowe
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191614939
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Instead, this groundbreaking initiative for the UN had been requested by the
General Assembly, to which the Council, paralysed by the French and British
vetoes over the Suez crisis, had passed on the issue under the 'Uniting for Peace'
procedure. The 1950 Uniting for Peace resolution has been one of the most
important attempts by the US and its allies to change the institutional balance of
power between the Security Council and the General Assembly at a time when
the Council ...

The Law And Practice Of The United Nations

Author: Benedetto Conforti
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004143092
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Composition of the Council. Election of non-permanent Members.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: KELSEN, Organization and Procedure of the Security Council
of the United Nations, in HLR, 1945-46, p. 1087 ff.; BOWETT, The Security
Council, in WORTLEY, The United Nations. The First Ten Years, Manchester,
1957, p. 19 ff.; SCHWELB, Amendments to Article 23, 27 and 61 ofthe Charter
ofthe United Nations, in AJ, 1965, p.

Paths To Peace

Author: Davidson Nicol
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483189805
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I have frequently commented that one of the great strengths of the United Nations
has been its capacity to adapt to changing circumstances. Our organization today
is vastly different from what it was 30 years ago—or even 10 years ago. It has not
functioned perfectly, as we all know, but it has grown to meet new problems and
develop new procedures for dealing with old ones. This has been nowhere more
evident than in the Security Council. One thinks of the peacekeeping techniques