The United Nations Security Council: Prometheaan Protector or Helpless Hostage?

Quigley, John
March 2000
Texas International Law Journal;Spring2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p129
Academic Journal
Examines whether the United Nations Security Council properly fulfills its function of preserving world peace as of 2000. Failure to investigate facts in the sanctions against Libya Bombing campaign of 1988 against Iraq; Air interdiction zones in Iraq; Missile attack on Sudan and Afghanistan.


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