The UN and the world society



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Global Trends and Global GovernancePaul Kennedy, Dick Messner, Franz Nuscheler (Eds.)
Setting The Agenda For Global PeaceAnna C. Snyder
Laying a Durable Foundation for Post-Conflict Societies.The Stanley Foundation.
The Future of Peace in the Twenty-First CenturyNicholas Kittrie, Rodrigo Carazo, James Manchan
The Changing Contours of DiplomacyEvelyn Thornton
Internal Conflict and the International CommunityRoderic Alley
Neorealism Versus Strategic CultureJohn Glenn, Darryl Howlett, Stuart Poore(Eds)
How To Lobby at Intergovernmental Meetings.Felix Dodds and Michael Strauss
Learning for Democratic CitizenshipO. Korsgaard, S.Walters, R.Andersen (Eds.)
Genocide in International LawWilliam A. Schabas
The Politics of World Federation Joseph Preston Baratta
NGO and Transnational Networks William E. De Mars
The Politics of Human Rights : A Global Perspective Tony Evans
Global Matrix: Nationalism, Globalism and State-Terrorism Tom Nairn and Paul James
The Quest For Order In The International System Howard M. Hensel
Traffick : The Illicit Movement of People and Things Gargi Bhattacharyya
Alternatives : The United States Confronts the World Immanuel Wallerstein
Exodus From EmpireTerrence E. Paupp
International Commissions and the Power of Ideas Ramesh Thakur, Andrew Cooper, John English (Eds.).
Real Peace, Real Security: The Challenges of Global CitizenshipSharon D. Welch
Thriving in the Crosscurrent Jim Kenney
ConUNdrum: The Limits of the United Nations and the Search for Alternatives Brett D. Schaefer
Evaluating Peace OperationsPaul F. Diehl and Daniel Druckman
Modernizing the United Nations SystemJohn E. Trent
Breaking the RulesAlexander Casella
The Go-Between : Jan Eliasson and Styles of MediationIsak Svensson and Peter Wallensteen
Revitalizing the United Nations Joseph Schwartzberg
The Silence of the UN Security Council Virgil Hawkins
Choose Hope: Your Role in Waging Peace in the Nuclear Age David Krieger and Daisaku Ikeda
Looking For Square Two Douglas Mattern
Apocalypse Never: Forging the Path to a Nuclear-Weapon-Free World Tad Daley