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The United Nations after 75: assessing current understandings, charting fruitful research agendas

Mahmood, Z., Beardsley, K., Newton, C., Roy, C., Kathman, J. D., Tucker, C., Nomikos, W. G., Villa, D. N., Binder, M. ORCID:, Allen, S., Yuen, A., Passmore, T. J. A., Shannon, M., Hultman, L. and Chapman, T. L. (2022) The United Nations after 75: assessing current understandings, charting fruitful research agendas. International Peacekeeping, 29 (4). pp. 551-623. ISSN 1353-3312

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1080/13533312.2022.2098650


From its capacity for deploying joint operations in conflict zones to its status as a standard-bearing forum for international behaviour, the United Nations has asserted its relevance in a diverse array of issues and conflicts around the world. Equally as diverse has been the scholarship surrounding the United Nations over the past several decades. This collection of essays provides a snapshot of these diverse lines of scholarship, highlighting existing scholarship on a range of topics, as well as identifying areas of opportunity for future scholarly work on these topics. Taken as a whole, this forum more broadly provides insight into core pillars of the United Nations' mission--including the maintenance of peace and security; fostering friendly relations between nations; promoting human rights and humanitarian goals; and encouraging cooperation and harmonization of interests between nations. Moving forward, it is our hope that this collection will serve as a springboard for inspiring future work to both build and expand upon the insights from the past several decades of scholarship on the United Nations.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Politics, Economics and International Relations > Politics and International Relations
ID Code:107529

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