Fb2 Cooperating for Peace in West Africa: An Agenda for the 21st Century ePub
by United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Author:||United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research|
|Publisher:||United Nations (November 6, 2001)|
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An Agenda for the 21st Century.
An Agenda for the 21st Century. Author: UN. Publication date: November 2001. The last two decades have witnessed a growing determination in the efforts of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to consolidate the institutional capacity of the organization to prevent violence and manage crises. From the signing of a Non-Aggression Pact in 1978 to the establishment of a Mechanism for Conflict Prevention, Management, Resolution, Peacekeeping and Security in 1999, ECOWAS members have endowed their organization with a rich and promising legal framework for conflict management.
United Nations, Implementation of the Recommendations Contained in An Agenda for Peacee e e. .47/965 5/25944, June 1993.
Towards a Global Security System for the 21st Century: a Submission to the Secretary-General of the United Nationss s s, in PGA Newsletter. United Nations, Agenda for Development, A/48/935, 6 May 1994. Tomorroww w w s United Nations, Dag Hammarskjj j ld Foundation.
This book follows an earlier volume, The UN Security Council: From the Cold War to the 21st Century (Lynne .
The UN Security Council in the 21st Century is a project of the International Peace Institute, published by Lynne Rienner Press. David M. Malone is ral of the United Nations and also rector of the United Nations University.
One might suppose that the prospects for peace in the 21st century must be better . But peace in its fullest sense means meeting these many challenges in a coordinated way, with a coherent, unified, agenda.
One might suppose that the prospects for peace in the 21st century must be better than they had been for the 20th century – or at least that they could hardly be worse. We look back today on a previous century eight out of whose ten decades featured prolonged war, hot or cold, covering much of the globe for most of the time. Talk of reforming the United Nations – a necessary prerequisite for giving that organisation the peace-making powers which had been intended for it but never realised – has soon faded.
Combating the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons in West Africa: Handbook for the Training of Armed and Security Forces.
While the United Nations (UN) remains the dominant actor in the field, in recent years other actors, namely the .
While the United Nations (UN) remains the dominant actor in the field, in recent years other actors, namely the African Union (AU), the European Union (EU), and France, have also expressed interest - and at times, demonstrated capacity - in participating in peace operations there. First, however, it is helpful to define our terms. The UN operates the UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO, 1991), the Mission in Liberia (UNMIL, 2003), in Ivory Coast (UNOCI, 2004), and much more recently the UN Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO, 2010), the Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS, 2011), the Interim Security Force.
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