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un security council 3 - Mike Fisch International Relations...

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Mike Fisch Professor Afrasiabi International Relations 11/8/07 The United Nations Security Council The United Nations Security Council is composed of five permanent member countries and ten rotating temporary member states. The five permanent states include The Peoples Republic of China (Wang Guangya), The United States (Zalmay Khalilzad), France (Jean-Marc de Le Sabilére), Russia (Vitally Churkin) and Great Britain (John Sawyers). Currently the rotating members of the Security Council are Italy, Panama, Ghana, Congo-Brazzaville, Peru, Slovakia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Belgium and Indonesia. The main responsibility of the Security Council is to maintain peace and international security, hence the name “Security Council.” However, this task is broken down into three broad categories of they will maintain such peace and security. The UN Security Council is accountable for establishing peacekeeping operations, establishing international sanctions and authorizing international military action.
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course INT 106 taught by Professor Afrasiabi during the Spring '08 term at Bentley.

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