The Horseshoe Table: An Inside View of the UN Security Council

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Pearson Education India, 2006 - Broj stranica: 328
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"In this unique, unprecedented and intimate account, Chinmaya Gharekhan takes us through the meetings of the Security Council as it debated such issues as emergency situations during the first Gulf War, Iraq's WMD programme and the work of the special commission set up to eliminate them, the beginnings of the Oil-for-Food programme, the Balkan War of the early 1990s, the Rwanda genocide, and the Lockerbie disaster involving Libya."--BOOK JACKET.
  

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FOREWORD Vlll
1
GULF WAR 1991
44
IRAQ WMD AND OILFORFOOD
69
FORMER YUGOSLAVIA
92
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
125
MIDDLE EAST
180
LIBYATHE LOCKERBIE DISASTER
200
HAITI
213
RWANDA GENOCIDE
236
ELECTION OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL 1991
258
ELECTION OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL 1996
280
SOME THOUGHTS ON REFORM OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
308
INDEX
323
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O autoru (2006)

Chinmaya Gharekhan, a distinguished member of the Indian Foreign Service, served in Egypt, the Congo, Laos, Vietnam, and former Yugoslavia. He has spent nearly a quarter century dealing with the United Nations in various capacities, first as first secretary in the Indian mission in New York, later as Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office and the Specialised Agencies in Geneva, and lastly as India's Ambassador/Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York for over six years. He also served as advisor for foreign affairs to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. He was appointed Under Secretary General in the United Nations in January 1993, first as a Senior Political Advisor and later as United Nations Special Coordinator for Occupied Territories with headquarters in Gaza. He was the Personal Representative of the Secretary General to the Security Council which provided him the unique opportunity to observe and record the working of the Security Council from both sides, delegation as well as secretariat.He has had the unique experience of having served as India's representative on the Security Council, including twice as its President as well as the Secretary General's personal representative on the Council for four years during which he had the rare opportunity to closely follow its working. He lives in New Delhi with his wife.

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