This is a newly revised and thoroughly updated edition of the definitive book of its kind, widely used by UN practitioners and scholars for over twenty years. Bailey has incorporated the many changes in Council procedure that have occurred since the end of the Cold War. While retaining pertinent historical material from previous editions, the book contains new text, tables, and appendices on a number of key issues.
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