The United Nations Today: Changes in Policies and Structures—The World Summit and UN Reform
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- A useful compendium is in the “International Symposium—Prospects for Reform of the United Nations System, 15–17 May 2002”. Italian Society for International Organization, CEDAM, Padua, 1993.Google Scholar
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- See “Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals, 1990–2005—Summary”, U.N. Statistics Division. http://unstats.un.org/unsd/mi/mi-coverfinal.htm, 13 June 2005.Google Scholar
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- The full text of the 2005 World Summit Outcome is in U.N. General Assembly Doc. A/60/L. 1, 15 September 2005: www.un.org/summit2005.Google Scholar
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