The United Nations As a Political Institution

Paperback | December 1, 1975

byH. G. Nicholas

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This classic work describes the foundation of the United Nations, the workings of the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Secretariat, and the many committees. In this fifth edition, the author explores the dramatic changes that have taken place in recent years.

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This describes the foundation of the UN in 1942, and examines the workings of the General Assembly, the Security Council, The Secretariat, and the many committees.

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This classic work describes the foundation of the United Nations, the workings of the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Secretariat, and the many committees. In this fifth edition, the author explores the dramatic changes that have taken place in recent years.

H. G. Nicholas is at Oxford University.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 7.99 × 5.31 × 0.55 inPublished:December 1, 1975Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195198263

ISBN - 13:9780195198263

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This describes the foundation of the UN in 1942, and examines the workings of the General Assembly, the Security Council, The Secretariat, and the many committees.

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"At once informing and highly readable....The chapters on the Security Council, the General Assembly, and the Secretariat are among the best brief descriptions of the way these organs function that this reviewer knows."--Leland M. Goodrich, American Journal of International Law