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The Nation By Mark Takakjy
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The Nation by Mark Takakjy is a book aimed at educating those who read it about the basic functions and purposes of a nation with the main intent on preparing delegates of a special Model United... More > Nations Conference.< Less
National Intelligence Strategy of the United States By Director of National Intelligence
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A reprint of the 2005 National Intelligence Strategy of the United States, as originally released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
National Intelligence Strategy of the United States By Director of National Intelligence
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A reprint of the 2005 National Intelligence Strategy of the United States, as originally released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
United Nations Delegate Handbook 2009 By John Jarvis
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Student Handbook for the Harvard National Model United Nations Conference, February 12-15, 2009, Boston
United Nations Day - October 24 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for United Nations Day, October 24, featuring 32 portraits by Robert Alan
United Nations Day - October 24 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for United Nations Day, October 24, featuring 32 portraits by Robert Alan
United Nations Day Student Prizes By John Scales Avery, Editor
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Prizes for student projects related to peace, to the United Nations and to solutions to global problems were awarded on UN Day 2010 at 9 Danish gymnasiums. This book contains reports of the awards in... More > English and Danish.< Less
The Composition of a Parliamentary Assembly at the United Nations By Andreas Bummel
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A global parliamentary assembly has the potential to restructure the geopolitical setup of the United Nations. The composition of the body therefore is of fundamental importance. This analysis... More > explores in detail principles and different models. "This thoughtful background paper, explaining options for who the members of the assembly might be, and how they might be chosen, is certain to be an invaluable resource for all of us concerned with democratizing the international system." - Andrew Strauss, Distinguished Professor of Law, Widener University School of Law< Less
The Case for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly By Dieter Heinrich
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This booklet, originally published in 1992, brings together some of the most cogent arguments for establishing a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly. It outlines proposals for establishing and... More > implementing the assembly. This edition includes a new foreword and an afterword. "This brochure by Dieter Heinrich is a classic that hasn’t lost any of its topicality and strength. It is highly recommended to anyone interested in the future of humanity and clearly a must read for all those engaged with global democracy and the global order." - from the foreword by Andreas Bummel, Committee for a Democratic U.N.< Less
Russia, The United States, And The Caucasus By R. Craig Nation, Strategic Studies Institute
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In the post-Soviet period, the Caucasus region has been a source of chronic instability and conflict: Unresolved “frozen conflicts” in Abkhazia, Southern Ossetia, and Nagorno Karabakh;... More > continuing armed resistance in secessionist Chechnya and associated Islamic radicalism; the “Rose Revolution” in Georgia and Tbilisi’s subsequent efforts to realign with the West; competition for access to the oil and natural gas reserves of the Caspian basin—these kinds of factors and more have ensured that the region would become and remain a source of significant international engagement and concern. Professor R. Craig Nation’s monograph highlights the kind of conflicting interests that have made Russian-American relations in the region highly competitive. But he also addresses areas of shared priorities and mutual advantage that provide a potential foundation for more benign engagement that can work to contain conflict and head off further regional disintegration.< Less