The United Nations and the European Union (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
452
Utgivningsdatum
2006-12-01
Upplaga
1st Edition.
Förlag
Asser Press
Medarbetare
Hoffmeister, Frank / Ruys, Tom
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
247 x 158 x 25 mm
Vikt
839 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
HC runder Rücken kaschiert
ISBN
9789067042314
The United Nations and the European Union (inbunden)

The United Nations and the European Union

An Ever Stronger Partnership

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The United Nations and the European Union: an ever stronger partnership provides a comprehensive overview of EU-UN cooperation, identifying the role of the various actors involved in the decision-making process and its influence in areas stretching from environmental protection to human rights, crisis management, public health and the protection of refugees. By collecting contributions of renowned EU and UN experts, diplomats and scholars, the book will be of interest to a wide range of readers, including academics, students, policy makers as well as civil society actors.
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Professor of International Law and International Organizations at the University of Leuven. Member of the European Commission's Legal Service in Brussels. Research Fellow of the Fund for Scientific Research Flanders, Institute for International Law, University of Leuven.

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Introduction Jan Wouters, Frank Hoffmeister and Tom Ruys; Part I. EU Status and Coordination at the Principal UN Bodies: 1. The status of the European Union at the United Nations Frank Hoffmeister and Pieter-Jan Kuijper; 2. EU coordination at the UN General Assembly and ECOSOC Esa Paasivirta and Dominic Porter; 3. EU-coordination on UN Security Council matters Ambassador Johan Verbeke; Part II. UN-EU Cooperation in Certain UN Specialized Agencies: 4. FAO-EU cooperation: an ever stronger partnership Jrgen M'rsk Pedersen; 5. EU-ILO cooperation on employment and social affairs Rudi Delarue; 6. UN-EU cooperation on financial issues - The role of the European Union at the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Carole Garnier, Daniel Daco and Francesca di Mauro; 7. The European Community at UNESCO: an exceptionally active observer? Lucia Cavicchioli; 8. UN-EU Cooperation on public health - The evolving participation of the European Community in the World Health Organization Barbara Eggers and Frank Hoffmeister; Part III. UN-EU Cooperation on Human Development Issues: 9. UNHCR, the European Union and refugees Judith Kumin; 10. The EU's human rights policy in the UN: an example of effective multilateralism? Hadewych Hazelzet; 11. UN-EU cooperation on sustainable development Jochen Jesinghaus; 12. The EU: greening the UN? Environmental cooperation between the EU and the UN Aurore Maillet; Part IV. EU-UN cooperation on security issues: 13. UN-EU cooperation on crisis management Jan Wouters and Tom Ruys; 14. UN-EU cooperation on crisis management: putting effective multilateralism into practice Jim Cloos; 15. The European Security Strategy: confirming the choice for collective and comprehensive security Sven Biscop and Edith Drieskens; 16. EU-UN cooperation on security: in search of 'effective multilateralism' and a balanced division of tasks Kennedy Graham; 17. UN-EU cooperation on terrorism Gijs De Vries; 18. The UN and the EU in Kosovo - the challenges of joint nation-building Michael Karnitschnig; Part V. Outlook: 19. Regional groups within the UN post-EU enlargement Ambassador Roman Kirn; 20. The European Union and the reform of the United Nations Danile Smadja; 21. The future of the United Nations: a view from the European Parliament Jo Leinen; 22. Epilogue: The UN and the EU - the road to partnership Jan Wouters, Frank Hoffmeister and Tom Ruys.