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Conclusion: Realities and Ideals

  • Peter R. Baehr
  • Leon Gordenker

Abstract

As the world changes, so does the United Nations. At the start of the last decade of the twentieth century, the United Nations was experiencing a revival both in use and in general appreciation.

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Security Council Specialized Agency Weighted Vote World Intellectual Property Organization International Peace 
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© Peter R. Baehr and Leon Gordenker 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter R. Baehr
    • 1
  • Leon Gordenker
    • 2
  1. 1.Leiden University and Utrecht UniversityThe Netherlands
  2. 2.Princeton UniversityUSA

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