The United Nations and Regional Security

The United Nations and Regional Security : Europe and Beyond

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Events in Europe over the past decade or so have created a dynamic requiring significant conceptual and practical adjustments on the part of the the United Nations and a range of regional actors, including the EU, NATO, and the OSCE. This volume explores the resulting collaborative relationships in the context of peace operations in the Balkans, considering past efforts and developing specific suggestions for effective future interactions between the UN and its regional partners. The authors also consider the implications of efforts in Europe for the regionalization of peace and security operations in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 309 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.8mm | 498.96g
  • Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
  • Boulder, CO, United States
  • English
  • New ed.
  • 1588262324
  • 9781588262325
  • 2,388,733

Table of contents

The UN and Regionalization: The Evolving Architecture of Regionalization, L. Fawcett; The World Order Politics of Regionalization, M. Pugh; Is Regionalization Desirable?, I. Martin. The UN, NATO, and European Organizations: The UN and NATO - The Logic of Primacy, D.A. Leurdijik; The Role of the EU and the OSCE, N. Graeger and A. Novosseloff; Russia, the UN and NATO - Prospects for Cooperation, E. Metzgar and A. Zagorski. Peace Operations in Europe - Security Sector Reform: Joint Action on Security Challenges in the Balkans, J.G. Cockell; Military Forces and Public Security Challenges, P.V. Jakobsen; Reviving the Judicial and Penal System in Kosovo, D. Marshall; Strengthening Civilian Police Capacity and the Rule of Law in the Balkans, A.S. Hansen. Comparative Regional Perspectives: The Regionalization of Peace in Asia, M. Caballero-Anthony; Managing Security in the Western Hemisphere - The OAS's New Activism, M. Herz; Africa and the Regionalization of Peace Operations - The UN and ECOWAS, F. Olonisakin and C. Ero.show more

About Michael Pugh

Michael Pugh is director of the International Studies Research Centre at the University of Plymouth (UK). Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu is professor of international relations at Delhi University.show more