THE UNITED NATIONS AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Here are various interesting documents that show different viewpoints in relation to global governance. They are all from around the turn of the New Millenium. If we look at them we realize that they have not lost any of their actuality. On the contrary they are gaining more importance with each and every new day.
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1. "UN Must Balance Its Idealism With Global Reality", by Ramesh Thakur 25.06.1999, Herald Tribune.
2. "Are We Asking To Much of the U.N." by Robert P. DeVecchi and Arthur C. Helton, 19.09.1999,
The Washington Post.
3. "A New Debate on the "Global Governance"" by Reginald Dale, 25.07.00, Herald Tribune.
4. "A world that turns too fast" Thomas Homer-Dixon, 02.02.01, Financial Times.
5. Promise, Potential and Pitfalls – The United Nations on the Eve of the 21st Century - 13/2/1998
6. UNESCO Magazine – July/August 1999
7. The Secretary General calls for Democratic Governance at Global Level – 20/8/2001