Regional Security and Global Governance: A Proposal for a 'Regional-Global Security Mechanism' in the Light of the UN High-Level Panel's Report

Graham, Kennedy and Felício, Tânia (2005). Regional Security and Global Governance: A Proposal for a 'Regional-Global Security Mechanism' in the Light of the UN High-Level Panel's Report. Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations.

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    Author Graham, Kennedy
    Felício, Tânia
    Title Regional Security and Global Governance: A Proposal for a 'Regional-Global Security Mechanism' in the Light of the UN High-Level Panel's Report
    Volume/Issue No. 4
    Publication Date 2005
    Place of Publication Brussels
    Publisher Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
    Pages 46
    Language eng
    Abstract The aim of the paper is to explore the history and the future potential of the ‘regional-global mechanism’ for maintaining international peace and security. It is based on the recognition, accorded by the international community over the past decade, of the need for greater involvement by regional agencies in conflict prevention and management in all regions, in co-operation with the United Nations.
    UNBIS Thesaurus MAINTENANCE OF PEACE AND SECURITY
    GROUP CONFLICT PREVENTION
    REGIONALISM
    Copyright Holder Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
    Copyright Year 2005
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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