The United Nations in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific - Alley, Roderic
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This study of the United Nations in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific evaluates the organization's role and performance in Cambodia and over refugees; regarding human rights, development, environment and the needs of women; within regional cooperation; and as an instrument of state policy. These cases illustrate how multilateral conduct through the United nations provides a barometer indicating the intensity with which policy initiatives and values are sustained by relevant governmental interests alike. In the regional settings considered, conduct towards and within the UN has amplified…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This study of the United Nations in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific evaluates the organization's role and performance in Cambodia and over refugees; regarding human rights, development, environment and the needs of women; within regional cooperation; and as an instrument of state policy. These cases illustrate how multilateral conduct through the United nations provides a barometer indicating the intensity with which policy initiatives and values are sustained by relevant governmental interests alike. In the regional settings considered, conduct towards and within the UN has amplified unresolved value differences regarding relations with major powers, sustainability, and national identity.
Autorenporträt
Roderic Alley is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the Victoria University of Wellington.
Inhaltsangabe
List of Tables List of Abbreviations List of Maps Acknowledgements Introduction The United Nation and Cambodia The United Nations and Refugees the UN and Development The UN and Environment The UN and Human Rights The UN and Advancement of Women The UN/Regional Interface State Interests at the United Nations Conclusions Bibliography Index