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From the Publisher"In the best tradition of Australian observers of the United Nations,...Dr Farrall has tempered his occasional reservations about the United Nations with a proper mixture of controlled idealism concerning what could be achieved and practical hints at how to go about improvement....We have Dr Farrall to thank for making available to all observers at once the detailed background of sanctions and a vision of the broad horizon showing what is what and what might be."
—Michael Kirby, Australian Law Journal
"Farrall is to be congratulated for taking the high road toward a sanctioning system based on the rule of law, as well as for supplying anyone who is interested in the UN sanctioning system with a valuable resource for research into the content and administration of every Secuirty Council sanctioning regime through the year 2006."
—Frederic L. Kirgis, Of the Board of Editors: American Journal of International Law