This three-volume set describes and brings together 50 key reform proposals originating inside and outside the United Nations. The documentation contained in this publication touches upon all aspects of the United Nations and covers the full spectrum of proposals and initiatives. It is hoped that the information provided will assist those involved in current efforts in reassessing and reshaping the Organization and will serve as a useful reference set for policy makers, researchers and the interested public.
'...mind-boggling work...every major reform proposal laid out for the United Nations since its inception '
Foreign Affairs, 77:3 (1998).
'...wide-ranging and broadly based in its coverage of all aspects of reform as seen from both Northern and Southern perspective.'
Security Dialogue, 29:1 (1998).
'[I]n the view of the reviewer this publication is a profound basis for further academic work and research on the UN-reform. It is, therefore, to be hoped that in future it will be found in most libraries as a reference book for those who deal with the UN reform both in academics and practice.'
Austrian Review of International and European Law, 3 (1998).
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