Table of Contents
Foreword; Gareth Evans, QC, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Australia
I. The Effect of the Cold War on the UN's Ability to Prevent and Settle Conflict.
II. The UN as a Dispute Settlement System.
III. The Entrapping Nature of Conflict Escalation.
IV. The Nature of Intra-State Conflict.
V. Peacebuilding within States.
VI. Peacebuilding by International Organizations.
VII. Preventive Diplomacy: Past and Current Practices.
VIII. Strengthening the UN's Interest-Based Approach through the Development of UN Conflict Prevention and Resolution Centers.
IX. Strengthening the UN's Rights-Based Approach to International Disputes.
X. Strengthening the UN's Rights-Based Approach to Human Rights Problems within States.
XI. Strengthening the UN's Power-Based Approach.
XII. Giving the UN the Resources It Needs to Become a More Effective System.
XIII. Strengthening the UN as a Dispute Settlement System. Bibliography.
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