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While updating and clarifying the 1968 SNA, the 1993 SNA provides the basis for improving compilation of national accounts statistics, promoting integration of economic and related statistics, and enhancing analysis of economic developments. The 1993 SNA deals more clearly with relationships between economic flows (such as production, income, savings, accumulation, and financing) and links between these flows and stocks. At the same time the 1993 SNA reflects the many significant developments that have taken place in financial markets and completes the integration of balance sheets into the system. The 1993 SNA also suggests how satellite accounts (e.g. environmental accounts) and alternative classifications (e.g., through social accounting matrices) an be used to augment the central framework of the system+-+870861667487010ocn317384273com20020.53United NationsManual on statistics of international trade in servicesHandbooks, manuals, etcThe Manual on Statistics of International Trade in Services is a joint publication of six agencies:- the UN, EC, IMF, OECD, UNCTAD, and WTO. It addresses a growing demand from governments, businesses and analysts for more relevant, detailed and internationally comparable statistics on services trade. Special emphasis is given to the statistical information needs of international trade negotiations and agreements. The Manual provides a coherent internationally-agreed conceptual framework within which countries can structure the statistics they compile and report on international services trade. It builds on and links to existing standards, in particular the fifth edition of the International Monetary Fund's Balance of Payments Manual and the 1993 System of National Accounts. It categorises the services that are traded internationally, and how they are traded in practice, taking into account the modes of supply of services+-+93761543068663ocn794224786file20090.33Recommandations relatives au transport des marchandises dangereuses règlement type86613ocn778892434file20040.66United NationsInternational instruments related to the prevention and suppression of international terrorismTreatiesSourcesThis publication is a compilation of the many instruments that have been adopted by the international community covering various aspects of terrorism, including global treaties combating international terrorism, instruments adopted at the regional level, recent United Nations declarations on the prevention and suppression of international terrorism, texts of substantive Security Council resolutions, and some extracts of international treaties relating to the question.--Publisher's description+-+61808866748654ocn245037677file20030.33Recomendaciones relativas al transporte de mercancías peligrosas reglamentación modelo7491ocn713058266file20070.35Treaty series treaties and international agreements registered or filed and recorded with the Secretariat of the United Nations7485ocn033126367book19950.53The world's women, 1995 : trends and statistics+-+372861667474244ocn702645470com19390.66United NationsCharter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of JusticeChartersConstitutionRulesThe Charter of the United Nations was signed on 26th June 1945, in San Francisco, at the conclusion of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, and came into force on 24 October 1945. The Statute of the International Court of Justice is an integral part of the Charter+-+60757556743246644ocn000413477book19720.66Winton, Harry N. MMan and the environment: a bibliography of selected publications of the United Nations system, 1946-1971BibliographyOver 1200 annotated references to publications emanating from the United Nations' system of agencies. Numbered entries include price or out-of-print status. Entries arranged by topics and by format (audiovisuals, dictionaries, bibliographies, directories, and periodicals). Indexes of authors, series and serials, titles, and subjects6216ocn044505371book20000.53Nazioni UniteThe world's women, 2000 : trends and statistics+-+237961667459814ocn001768015serial0.81United NationsTreaty seriesPeriodicals5971ocn070190604file20060.35International Narcotics Control BoardPrecursors and chemicals frequently used in the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2005 on the implementation of Article 12 against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances of 19885844ocn248057655file20080.56United NationsGuidebook on promoting good governance in public-private partnerships"... continues the series of national assessments of innovation policies initiated by the pilot Innovation Performance Review of Belarus. These policy advisory exercises draw on the experience accumulated by the UNECE in the identification of good practices and policy lessons in the area of knowledge-based development, with particular reference to the problems of countries with economies in transition. This Review presents the outcomes of an advisory project undertaken at the request of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It aims to provide a set of recommendations and policy options to stimulate innovation activity in the country, enhance its innovation capacity and improve the overall efficiency of the national innovation system. Close collaboration with the national authorities and other experts from Kazakhstan throughout the project has helped in identifying issues of practical importance and in ensuring the relevance of the Review conclusions and recommendations to national circumstances. The Review will contribute to increase our knowledge of the impact of policies promoting innovative development and to the identification of good practices in this area that could be useful for other countries with economies in transition. The assessments and recommendations presented in the Review will also provide a solid basis for capacity-building activities that could be implemented to facilitate the implementation of the proposed recommendations."--Provided by publisher+-+44241666743245774ocn062211850file20050.50United NationsMultilateral treaty framework an invitation to universal participation : focus 2005 : responding to global challenges = Traités multilatéraux : pour une participation universelle : thème 2005 : faire face aux défis mondiaux5607ocn153903875book20030.66Rai, ShirinMainstreaming gender, democratizing the State? : institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women"Democratization has become an important concept in the last ten years. With the end of the Cold War, the spread of globalization, and the extension of economic regulatory regimes, democratization has come to be seen as important to securing long-term political stability. Much has been written about democratization and gender in works on human rights, citizenship, women's movements and challenges to authoritarian regimes. This book, published in association with the United Nations, builds on this existing body of literature by looking at the relevance of national machineries for the advancement of women. Appropriate mechanisms through which the mainstreaming of gender can take place are considered, and the levels of governance involved - the relationship between gender mainstreaming and state structures, and the effect of this relationship on issues of decentralization, accountability, consultation and participation. It defines what the 'interests of women' are, and how and by what processes these interests are represented to the state policy making structures. Global strategies for the advancement of women, and how far these have penetrated at national level are considered. This is illuminated by a series of case studies - gender equality in Sweden and other Nordic countries, the Ugandan ministry of Gender, Culture and Social services, gender awareness in Central and Eastern Europe, and further examples from South Korea, the Lebanon, Beijing and Australia. This book will be of vital use to students of democratization, gender studies and politics, and is the first full-length appraisal of global strategies and national machineries for the advancement of women"--Publisher's description+-+K324054625337347ocn057361832book19410.31United NationsBasic facts about the United NationsHistoryPeriodicalsHandbooks, manuals, etc"Basic Facts about the United Nations sets forth the structure of the United Nations, how it works and its main activities and driving concerns. Along with explaining the role played by the UN principal organs and the family of UN organizations, Basic Facts ... explores UN contributions to international peace and security, economic and social development, human rights, humanitarian action, international law and decolonization. It also documents UN membership, peacekeeping operations and special observances, along with contact information for UN information centres."--P. [4] of cover+-+2184556674324626ocn004268996serial0.31United NationsUN chronicleHistoryPeriodicalsProQuest electronic version of: UN chronicle. Supports browsing, searching, and printing of documents311520ocn052824764book19990.21Albright, Madeleine KorbelMadam SecretaryBiographyThe former U.S. Secretary of State and United Nations ambassador chronicles her life, from her childhood as a Czechoslovakian refugee through her rise to power in the world of international diplomacy and policy-making+-+5893131325262524ocn191945252file19790.56Conforti, BenedettoThe law and practice of the United NationsThis fully up-dated, third revised edition of Conforti?s thought-provoking and challenging textbook, The Law and Practice of the United Nations, provides a comprehensive legal analysis of problems concerning membership, the structure of UN organs, their functions and their acts, taking into consideration the text of the Charter, its historical origins, and, particularly, the practice of the organs. Its main focus is on the practice of the Security Council+-+9358969554260737ocn723943627book19940.56Weiss, Thomas GeorgeThe United Nations and changing world politics"With updates throughout, this newly revised sixth edition serves as the definitive text for courses on the United Nations. Built around three critical themes in international relations--international peace and security, human rights and humanitarian affairs, and building peace through sustainable development--The United Nations and Changing World Politics guides readers through the complexity of politics and history of the UN. Students of all levels will learn what the UN is, how it operates, and what its relationships are with external actors and institutions, from sovereign states to nongovernmental and intergovernmental organizations now playing important roles in world politics. Featuring a new chapter on evolving security operations and a new foreword by Ramesh Thakur, the sixth edition includes updated discussions of the UN's actions in Darfur and Chad, the tenure of Ban Ki-moon, and the global economic and financial meltdown"--Provided by publisher+-+2626488635324240511ocn052216172book20030.29Fasulo, Linda MAn insider's guide to the UNPopular worksOffers an overview of the United Nations, discussing how it was created, what governing principles guide its operation, and what it is like to be a participant+-+9006565585219726ocn001923135book19590.66Nicholas, H. GThe United Nations as a political institutionAuthor is a Fellow of New College and Nuffield Reader in the Comparative Study of Institutions at Oxford University+-+817346046521895ocn047010416com19970.32Hoopes, TownsendFDR and the creation of the U.NHistoryPrizewinning historians Townsend Hoopes and Douglas Brinkley explain how the idea of the United Nations was conceived, debated, and revised, first within the U.S. government and then by negotiation with its major allies in World War II. The experience of the war generated increasing support for the new organization throughout American society, and the U.N. Charter was finally endorsed by the community of nations in 1945. The story largely belongs to President Franklin Roosevelt, who was determined to form an organization that would break the vicious cycle of ever more destructive wars (in contrast to the failed League of Nations), and who therefore assigned collective responsibility for keeping the peace to the five leading U.N. powers - the major wartime Allies+-+0225180305324206617ocn057358385book20030.25Dallaire, RoméoShake hands with the devil : the failure of humanity in RwandaHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives CanadianA Canadian general and former United Nations peacekeeper shares his harrowing eyewitness account of the genocide in Rwanda, revealing how he and his men managed to rescue thousands of people despite the orgy of bloodletting that was erupting all around them. Reprint+-+0239621325204411ocn060696544visu20050.08Pollack, SydneyThe interpreterFictionDrama"In one of the hidden corridors of power at United Nations headquarters, translator Silvia Broome (Kidman) overhears a potentially explosive secret about a planned assassination attempt. But when federal agent Tobin Keller (Penn) investigates her claim and digs deeper into Silvia's dangerous past, he begins to question whether she is a victim - or a suspect"--Container+-+538365269620193ocn044962595file19980.37The future of the United Nations system potential for the twenty-first century"Twenty-two scholars from all continents contribute twelve chapters that encompass prevention of violence, creating economic and social structures that sustain human fulfilment, sharing and protecting the commons, and peace education. The search for future potential, based on experience in these twelve "laboratories," leads to sixty-six recommendations for new institutions and programmes on issues that include controlling weapons, humanitarian intervention, collaboration between UN peacekeepers and NGOs, human rights, economic policies, advancement of women, refugees, ecological security, communications, and peace education. These recommendations are brought together in a concluding chapter and summarized in an appendix."--Jacket+-+936967030532419624ocn000282789book19620.25Drury, AllenA shade of difference; a novelFictionThe highly educated ruler of a small African country makes trouble for the United Nations when he provokes a racial incident in Charleston, South Carolina196023ocn000711388book19610.59Stoessinger, John GeorgeThe might of nations: world politics in our time19242ocn047008586file19970.32Bill, James AGeorge Ball behind the scenes in U.S. foreign policyBiographyTells the story of a man whose experiences, ideas and courageous opposition within the political system reveal much about the inner workings of foreign policy and about the practice of prudent and moral statesmanship in the twentieth century. Diplomat and "wise man" George Ball wielded enormous influence in American foreign policy for more than forty years. Best known for his dissent from U.S. Vietnam policy when he was under secretary of state during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, he also helped those administrations formulate policy concerning the European Community, the Congo, the Cuban missile crisis, and Cyprus. His last formal appointment was in 1968 as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, but he continued to advise and unofficially assist presidents and members of the American political elite for another twenty-five years. He often took contrary and critical positions on the major issues of the day. In this book, James Bill offers fascinating new insights into the inner workings of foreign policy by examining Ball's career and the political problems with which he grappled. Drawing on Ball's personal archive as well as extensive interviews with Ball and with dozens of his associates, Bill traces Ball's involvement with foreign policy. He begins in the 1940s, when Ball was a close associate of Jean Monnet, chief architect of the European Community, and ends with Ball's death in 1994. He also chronicles Ball's forty-year involvement as a founding member of the Bilderberg group--an international clique of powerful European and American leaders. The book stresses a seldom-recognized dimension of the U.S. foreign policymaking process: The importance of the second tier of officialdom--the level just below that of cabinet secretary. It provides a thoughtful comparison of the realpolitik model of statesmanship practiced by Henry Kissinger and the phronesis practiced by Ball. Ball was a prudent statesman guided by practical wisdom within a moral framework+-+4071080305324187934ocn000032291book19550.39Coyle, David CushmanThe United Nations and how it works18757ocn045730330com19930.37Pruden, CarolineConditional partners Eisenhower, the United Nations, and the search for a permanent peacePruden begins by describing the administration's policy-making structure and the principal players' views on the UN. She then examines the early months of the Eisenhower presidency, investigating the loyalty program established for American employees at the UN and the psychological warfare waged against the Soviet Union. Carefully detailing the United States' attempt to use the UN to resolve the threats to international peace that arose in Korea, Indochina, Guatemala, the Suez, Hungary, and the Congo, she explores a variety of thematic issues - including the administration's disarmament policy at the UN and its approach to decolonization and the growing demands of the Third World+-+695776253518667ocn031409636book19950.25Rieff, DavidSlaughterhouse : Bosnia and the failure of the WestHistoryPersonal narratives AmericanThe war in Bosnia has confounded all our expectations. The end of the Cold War, most people imagined in 1989 and 1990, signaled the end of conflict in Europe. What Western Europeans already enjoyed - peace, prosperity, a common market - would be extended to countries like Yugoslavia. Like their neighbors in Croatia and Serbia, Bosnians - Croat, Serb, and Muslim alike - had the same expectations of the post-Communist era. Theirs was already a consumer culture, fueled by ever larger waves of tourists. In 1984, the Winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo. That event seemed to presage the rosiest of futures. But when the Yugoslavian state began to collapse, Bosnia collapsed with it. Ferocious ethnic and religious antagonisms - held beneath the surface by decades of Communist rule - were seized upon by ex-Communist politicians now turned nationalist, who, desperate to hold on to power, sold them with inceasing propaganda to a nervous population terrified as the civic order they had grown up with fell apart. In 1991, war broke out in Croatia. In April 1992, it came to Bosnia. In reality, it was more slaughter than war. The siege of Sarajevo has gone on longer than any siege in modern history. And, as the world stood by, for the third time in twentieth-century Europe a small minority, this time not the Armenians or the Jews but the Muslims of Bosnia, underwent a genocide. In a shocking and deeply disturbing tour de force, David Rieff - perhaps America's most acclaimed chronicler of displaced people, of lives in flux - journeys into the center of the war in Bosnia, a slaughterhouse made even more horrible by the failure of the West and its surrogate, the United Nations, to do anything to stop the genocide. Rieff follows the civilians, not the fighting. He vividly documents the way the Bosnians moved from their initial shock that this fate of murder and loss was really to be theirs, to their belief that the West, the United States in particular, would help them, to their ultimate, terrifying certainty that they would be left alone to their fate. From the summer of 1992, soon after the fighting started, through the late fall of 1994, Rieff lived for extended periods in Bosnia. He spent prolonged time in Sarajevo, moved back and forth across the front lines, and rode on the convoys that, often under fire, attempted to deliver humanitarian aid to the civilian population. He chronicles the heroism and bitterness of the aid workers and staffers of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees who knew, even as they tried to help, that their efforts were being used as a pretext for not intervening by the British and French in particular, and by United Nations bureaucrats. Slaughterhouse is both an unforgettable account of what the events in Bosnia during the last three years looked like from the ground and an unforgiving portrait of war, the first in Europe since the end of World War II, and of a genocide that might have been prevented and could have been stopped+-+836633621518354ocn049569193file19990.31Press, Robert MThe new Africa dispatches from a changing continentHistoryPresents a history of the African people through post-cold war conflicts and struggles for human rights and dignity+-+3928758635324182613ocn054029444book20040.24Blix, HansDisarming IraqThe chairman of the International Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction and the former leader of the U.N.'s weapons inspection team provides an objective, firsthand account of the events leading up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, detailing meetings with international leaders, the activities of his inspection team, and more. 75,000 first printing+-+3758790285182010ocn050164558book19850.53Osmańczyk, Edmund JanEncyclopedia of the United Nations and international agreementsEncyclopediasDictionariesIncludes "World population statistics, 1985-2025."+-+3574840695+-+3728616674+-+3728616674Fri Mar 21 15:55:44 EDT 2014batch914289