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PSC3315chartsetc - UN Principles and Contemporary Realities...

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UN Principles and Contemporary Realities Principles Changing Realities Sovereign equality of  states. Increasing number of members, including micro- and ministates that  contribute little but still have equal votes in the General Assembly;  are states equal? Only international  problems are within UN  jurisdiction Expansion of what is considered “international” because of changes  in transportation, technology, and communication.  For example,  refugees can easily cross borders, leading states to initiate  humanitarian intervention without the consent of other states  involved. Primarily concerned with  international peace and  security. Broadened view of security , to include economic and environmental  security;  international intervention   to manage  economic  instability  and to protect from environmental pollution. Principal Organs of the United Nations
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PSC 3315 taught by Professor Hinojosa during the Spring '07 term at Baylor.

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