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Published: 23 April 2013

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ISBN: 9780199316250

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Annual Review of United Nations Affairs 2011/2012

Volumes I - VI

Edited by Joachim Muller, Karl P. Sauvant, and Foreword by Lord Mark Malloch Brown KCMG

Annual Review of United Nations Affairs 1961-2004

  • The full text of all General Assembly, Security Council, and ECOSOC resolutions from the 66th session (Sept. 2011 to Sept. 2012)
  • Introductory articles covering the year's developments in the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the International Court of Justice and Tribunals, the Secretariat, and the Peacekeeping and Peace-building Missions, edited by Joachim Müller and Karl Sauvant and written by James V. Arbuckle, Alexander K. A. Greenawalt, Khalil A. Hamdani, Tapio Kanninen, John R. Mathiason, and Johan Schölvinck
  • Subject index covering all United Nations materials reprinted in this edition
  • Foreword by Lord Mark Malloch Brown KCMG, former UK Minister for Africa, Asia, and the UN, and former United Nations Deputy Secretary-General and Administrator of UNDP
  • A chronology of major events from the 2011-2012 United Nations session

New to this Edition:

  • The 2011/2012 edition includes the Statements by the President of the Security Council (September 2011-August 2012) and the Ministerial Declaration Adopted by the Economic and Social Council (July 2012).
  • This edition features introductory articles from three new experts: James V. Arbuckle (on peacekeeping, peace-building and political missions), Tapio Kanninen (on the Security Council), and Johan Schölvinck (on ECOSOC).
  • The section on Selected Peacekeeping, Peace-building and Political Missions has been expanded to include progress reports on Libya and Somalia as well as the now-independent Republic of South Sudan.

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