Multilateral Diplomacy and the United Nations Today

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MULTILATERAL
DIPLOMACY
AND THE
UNITED NATIONS
TODAY

EDITED BY
JAMES P. MULDOON JR.
JOANN FAGOT AVIEL
RICHARD REITANO
EARL SULLIVAN

1999Westview Press

A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface VII
  • Acronyms IX
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • 1: United Nations Diplomacy 7
  • The Evolution of Multilateral Diplomacy 8
  • References 14
  • The Diplomat at the United Nations: Yesterday and Today 15
  • The United Nations Through the Eyes of a Russian Ambassador 35
  • 2: Crisis Diplomacy 43
  • The United Nations: Dealing with Threats to the Peace in the Post-Cold War Era 44
  • Notes 52
  • References 52
  • The Humanitarian Responsibilities of the UN Security Council: Ensuring the Security of People 54
  • Conclusions 66
  • Notes 67
  • Intervening to Prevent State Collapse: the Role of the United Nations 68
  • Conclusions 75
  • Notes 76
  • References 76
  • 3: International Economic Diplomacy 79
  • The Challenges of the Global Economy for Post-Cold War Diplomacy 80
  • Notes 85
  • References 86
  • International Economic Diplomacy and International Organizations 87
  • Conclusions 99
  • Notes 99
  • Private-Sector Diplomats in the Global Economy: Skills for Survival 102
  • Notes 110
  • References 110
  • 4: Un-Sponsored Summits and "Citizen Diplomacy" 111
  • Summits, Multilateral Diplomacy, and the United Nations 112
  • Notes 118
  • References 119
  • Un Conferences: Media Events or Genuine Diplomacy? 121
  • Conclusion 132
  • Appendix: Selected UN Conference Dates 133
  • Notes 135
  • Citizen Diplomacy and the 1995 Npt Review and Extension Conference 136
  • Notes 151
  • References 153
  • 5: Nongovernmental Diplomacy 155
  • Ngos and International Affairs: A New Dimension of Diplomacy 156
  • Notes 164
  • References 165
  • Ngos and Diplomacy 167
  • Notes 175
  • References 176
  • The Common Ground Approach: A Case Study of an Ngo 177
  • The Role of Civil Society in Twenty-First-Century Diplomacy 190
  • 6: Prospects of Multilateral Diplomacy 201
  • Multilateral Diplomacy in the Post-Cold War World 202
  • Notes 208
  • References 209
  • Post-Cold War UN Diplomacy from Up Close: Inside Perspectives from an Outsider 210
  • Notes 220
  • References 220
  • Multilateral Diplomacy in a Time of "Relative" Sovereignty 222
  • References 233
  • Diplomacy in the Twenty-First Century: Civil Society Versus the State 234
  • Notes 242
  • References 243
  • Selected Bibliography 245
  • About the Editors and Contributors 249
  • Index 253
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