2 edition of The legitimacy of the United Nations found in the catalog.
The legitimacy of the United Nations
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-162).
|Statement||editorial committee, Theo C. van Boven ... [et al.].|
|Series||SIM special ;, no. 19|
|Contributions||Boven, Th. C. van, European Centre for Development Policy Management., Universiteit Maastricht. Centre for Human Rights., Studie- en Informatiecentrum Mensenrechten (Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||JZ4850 .L44 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 189 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||97202543|
23 Nov Understanding the Legitimacy Crisis of the UN — The Next Steps: A Response to Ramesh Thakur by Jean-Marc Coicaud. [Dr Jean-Marc Coicaud is the Director of the United Nations University Office at the United Nations in New York.] Professor Thakur highlights what he claims to be today the weak legitimacy of the United Nations. He does so not only by . The politics of legitimacy is central to international relations. When states perceive an international organization as legitimate, they defer to it, associate themselves with it, and invoke its symbols. Examining the United Nations Security Council, this book demonstrates how legitimacy is created, used, and contested in international relations.
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Countries trade favors in the forum of the UN to gain legitimacy for their policies. The book ends by addressing a number of creative proposals for reform of the UN. It is an important and careful study of influence in world politics." Helen Milner, Princeton UniversityCited by: Legitimacy of International Organizations United Nations This volume examines the philosophy of international organizations, which have been affected by many changes, including decolonization, globalization and the emergence of new.
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The Legitimacy of International Organizations presents the results of an interdisciplinary research project of the Peace and Governance Programme of the United Nations University. The authors are. The book brings together leading scholars of public international law, jurisprudence and international relations, political philosophers and political theorists to explore the central notions of international legitimacy and global justice.
PANEL: Jean-Marc Coicaud, Co-organizer of the Legitimacy Series, Director of United Nations university in New York, and former speechwriter for Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali; Ian Hurd, Co-organizer of the Legitimacy Series, Professor of international relations at Northwestern University and visiting fellow at the Niehaus Center on.
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The United Nations lies at the centre of the international law enforcement system and its unique legitimacy, based on universal membership, also places it at the core of the global normative order. A gulf between law and legitimacy—a distinction popularized in the context of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s intervention in Kosovo in —is a serious crisis-in-the-making.
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The politics of legitimacy is central to international relations. When states perceive an international organization as legitimate, they defer to it, associate themselves with it, and invoke its symbols.
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In clear and engaging prose, Hurd examines legitimacy's role in shaping politics in a premier political forum—the United Nations Security Council.
He shows us how legitimacy works on the ground in UN politics and the ways it has changed both the UN and world Edition: Course Book. It is intended as a contribution to the United Nations efforts to assist States and international organizations in engaging effectively in the international treaty framework.
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Excerpt. The United Nations is centrally concerned with the politics of legitimacy and legitimation in international affairs. Its authority relies on perceptions of its legitimacy, but many of its structures and decisions are criticized as being : Ian Hurd.United Nations (UN), international organization established immediately after World War II.
It replaced the League ofwhen the UN was founded, there were 51 members; nations are now members of the organization (see table entitled United Nations Members).
Organization and Principles.