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The United Nations as a Dispute Settlement System

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ISBN13: 9789041102485
ISBN: 9041102485
Published: June 1998
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £137.00

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This text reviews the preventive diplomacy of the United Nations, suggesting that the Security Council is not well suited to the task. What is needed, it argues, is a less political and more professional approach, namely a larger (and more autonomous) role for the Secretary-General and the development of a greater specialist capacity within the Secretariat. The work gives appropriate weight to the importance of peace building, both before and after conflict, as an integral part of conflict prevention, and the United Nations' role therein.

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I. The Effect of the Cold War on the UN's Ability to Prevent and Settle Conflict. II. The UN as a Dispute Settlement System. III. The Entrapping Nature of Conflict Escalation. IV. The Nature of Intra-State Conflict. V. Peacebuilding within States. VI. Peacebuilding by International Organizations. VII. Preventive Diplomacy: Past and Current Practices. VIII. Strengthening the UN's Interest-Based Approach through the Development of UN Conflict Prevention and Resolution Centers. IX. Strengthening the UN's Rights-based Approach to International Disputes. X. Strengthening the UN's Rights-based Approach to Human Rights Problems within States. XI. Strengthening the UN's Power-Based Approach. XII. Giving the UN the Resources It Needs to Become a More Effective System. XIII. Strengthening the UN as a Dispute Settlement System.