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Ralph Bunche: An American Life
From modest beginnings, Ralph Bunche rose to become one of the architects of the United Nations and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. He was a most effective diplomat with a string of successes in theExpand
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The United Nations and international law
For the past forty years the Secretariat of the United Nations has endeavoured to establish a context in which justice and international law can prevail. In his 1985 Rede Lecture Mr UrquhartExpand
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Peacekeeping: the Way Ahead?
Abstract : The period since the end of the Cold War has witnessed a dramatic growth in the number of multilateral military operations, most loosely linked with the generic term 'peacekeeping.' TheExpand
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Beyond the ‘sheriff's posse’
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Reliability of 1RM Split-Squat Performance and the Efficacy of Assessing Both Bilateral Squat and Split-Squat 1RM in a Single Session for Non–Resistance-Trained Recreationally Active Men
Abstract Urquhart, BG, Moir, GL, Graham, SM, and Connaboy, C. Reliability of 1RM split-squat performance and the efficacy of assessing both bilateral squat and split-squat 1RM in a single session forExpand
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The United Nations and the Future Peace
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Humanitarianism Is Not Enough
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The Good General
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The work of peace
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Using Ends to Justify Means
The first four years of the 21st century have produced enough strange and unsettling developments to haunt a far longer period. They include the September 11 attacks and widespread terrorism byExpand