The UN, Democracy and Europe since 1945
This chapter describes how different groups of UN members worked within the UN system to promote the creation of two universal, democratic, legal sets of norms in regard to self-determination. Secondly, the chapter discusses if and how the different European groupings (and sometimes other groupings) were socialized into accepting these norms, in theory and practice, as well as occasionally acting as socializers themselves.
KeywordsSecurity Council European State Universal Declaration European Economic Community Territorial Integrity
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