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The OSCE in the Maintenance of Peace and Security

Conflict Prevention, Crisis Management and Peaceful Settlement of Disputes

Edited by Michael Bothe, Natalino Ronzitti and Allan Rosas

management. With this series, we want to facilitate the search by listing the web sites that contain information on particular subjects. This first note is in- tended to introduce the web sites of inter- national organisations. Have you got any suggestions with regard to further interesting peacekeeping web

Thomas Dörschel

contain information on particular subjects. This first note is in- tended to introduce the web sites of inter- national organisations. Have you got any suggestions with regard to further interesting peacekeeping web sites that we have not included? Please let us know! [inpe@jur.uni-frankfurt.de] Finally

Project itself, gives full scope to the reflections by those who themselves have participated in the management of international responses to complex emergencies. 3An examination of different paradigms of this relationship is the subject of Larry Minear and Thomas G. Weiss, Humanitarian Politics (New York

the laying of mines in order to improve security conditions so as to minimize the danger to UNOMIG personnel and to create conditions for the effective performance of its mandate; 16. Decides to extend the mandate of UNOMIG for a new period terminating on 31 July 1997 subject to a review by the

Larry Minear

other organizations. Where to situate humanitarian action in relation to peacekeeping operations has been the subject of ongoing dis- cussions between and among DPKO, DPA, and, since its creation in 1992, DHA. Those discussions are reflected in an interagency paper, 'Respect for Humanitarian Mandates in

Robert Siekmann

Notes T h e S i n g a p o r e C o n f e r e n c e o n H u m a n i t a r i a n A c t i o n a n d P e a c e k e e p i n g O p e r a t i o n s On 24-26 February 1997 the Third UNITAR/IPS/NIRA Peacekeeping Con- ference was held in Singapore, this time on the subject of 'Humanitarian Action and

in Baghdad, Iraqi authorities apparently have moved ' significant pieces of dual-capable equipment, subject to monitoring by the commission's remote camera monitoring view of the cameras. ' In a letter sent to the Council, Butler said the equipment in- cludes ' gyroscope rotor balancing equipment

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Edited by Henri de Waele and Jan-Jaap Kuipers

The European Union officially acquired international legal personality with the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty. Since then, the constitutional foundations of EU external relations have received an ever-greater amount of scholarly attention. So far however, the body of knowledge has remained limited with regard to how the Union is actually being perceived on the global scene. Moreover, its dealings with other international organizations constitute a similar, still underexplored topic. The European Union's Emerging International Identity breaks new ground by addressing both these themes in combination. The resulting volume offers an innovative inquiry into the EU’s image and status, based on a select number of studies of its position and functioning within the framework of eight international organizations.

The European Union at the United Nations

The Functioning and Coherence of EU External Representation in a State-centric environment

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Maximilian Rasch

The European Union at the United Nations examines the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) regime at the United Nations (UN) in New York. It assesses the functioning and quality of the coordination and representation of EU Member States’ national interests and EU policy aims in the most important international organization. Besides dealing with the effectiveness and coherence of EU representation at the UN, the book scrutinizes the potential of the EU as a single actor in foreign and security affairs, reviews CFSP developments generally, and explores whether the process ‘Europeanization’ is taking place in EU external relations. The qualitative institutional analysis is supported by a comprehensive quantitative evaluation of EU Member States’ voting behavior in the UN General Assembly.