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A Priority Agenda for the Next UN Secretary-GeneralThomas Weiss and Peter HoffmanPresidential Professor of Political Science at The Graduate Center of The City, University of New York, Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies (Weiss), Research Associate at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, adjunct professor of Political Science at Hunter College (Hoffman)UN Secretary General, Human Rights, UN Reform, United Nations, Security and Crime Prevention, Development2006
Academic Impact Initiative: An Idea Whose Time Has ComeRamu DamodaranChief, Academic Impact, Outreach Division, United Nations Department of Public InformationNorth America, Civil Sociery, UN Reform, United Nations, Education, Academia2009
Acholi Peace Conference in Juba ResolutionAfrica, Africa, Lord's Resistance Army, Peace Process, Conflict Resolution, Juba Peace Accord2007
ACUNS at the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice ReportMichael PlatzerACUNS Vienna Liaison OfficerCriminal Justice Report, International Law, Justice, Security and Crime Prevenetion, United Nations, UN Commissions2011
Addressing 'So What?' Sovereignty and Humanitarian Intervention in a "Post-American World"Alistair EdgarExecutive Director of ACUNS, Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier UniversityNorth America, United Nations, Military Intervention, Justice and Human Security, International Relations, Human Rights 2010
Afghanistan Conference ReportJulian WrightFrom the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP)Middle East and North Africa, Counter-insurgency, ISAF, Peacekeeping and Peacebilding, Development, Nation Building2005
The African Standby Force: A Solution to African Conflicts?Batware, BillyMA Peace and Conflict Studies, European Peace UniversityAfrica, African Union, Peacekeeping, Peacbuilding, Security and Crime Prevention, Peace and Conflict Study2011
An Agenda for Human Rights: Recommendations of an Eminent Persons PanelBertrand RamcharanFirst holder of the Swiss Chair of Human Rights at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Member of the Eminent Persons Panel on the Agenda for Human Rights, Former Acting UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and ACUNS MemberEurope, Refugees, International Relations, Human Rights, Human Security, Universal Declaration of Human Rights 2010
Assessing Copenhagen: Where to Now on Climate Lorraine ElliottSenior Fellow in International Relations at the Australian National UniversityEurope, United Nations, Diplomacy, International Relations, Conferences and Other Events 2010
Blue Helmet Forum Austria 2011 -  International Disaster Relief Assistance - What Role for the MilitaryBilly BatwareACUNS Vienna Liaison InternEurope, Foreign Aid, Humanitarian Aid, Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding, United Nations, UN Peace Operations2011
Canada in Haiti: Considering the 3-D ApproachAndrew S. ThompsonHaiti Campaign Coordinator, Amnesty International Canadian SectionLatin America and Caribbean, Peacebuilding, Intervention, Development, Canada, Foreign Aid2005
Can the NPT Regime be fixed or should it be abandoned?Thakur, Ramesh, Jane Boulden and Thomas G. WeissRoyal Military College of Canada (Boulden), Balsillie School of International Affairs (Thakur), Ralph Bunche Institute, The CUNY Graduate Center (Weiss)United Nations, International Relations, Security, Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, International Law, Energy Security 2008
Challenges Facing Small States at the UNAmbassador Vanu Gopala MenonPermanent Representative of Singapore to the United NationsLatin America and the Caribbean, Small States, UN Reform, United Nations, International Relations, Diplomacy2009
China, UN Reform and the Shifting Global Order: How does China fit into the UN's agenda of building a more peaceful, equitable, democratic, and ecologically sound world?Gregory ChinYork University (Department of Political Science) and CIGI Senior FellowAsia and the Pacific, Multilateralism, UN Reform, United Nations, Diplomacy, China2009
Civil Society, Small and Emerging Powers and the UNCarolyn M. StephensonDepartment of Political Science, University of Hawai'i at ManoaEmerging Powers, Civil Society, Small States, United Nations, International Relations, Gender Issues2009
Colloquium Outcomes - Re-engaging with the UNAlessandra Pecci, Michael Platzer, and Donnell DavisRapporteur (Pecci), Academic Council for the United Nations System (Platzer), Vice-President UNAA Queensland, Governing Council NGO Representative, UN Habitat, Commonwealth Human Ecology Council (Davis)Asia and the Pacific, Human Rights, International Law, United Nations, Conferences and Other Events, Multilateralism2008
Combining Work in Academia with International Development ConsultingNanette SvensonConsultant for the United Nations Development ProgramInternational Development , Academia, Civil Society, Education, Development and Poverty Alleviation, United Nations2011
Connecting Scholars and PractitionersThomas WeissPresidential Professor of Political Science, Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, The CUNY Graduate Centre, Former Chair of the ACUNS Board of Directors, Former Editor of Global Governance Academia, Civil Society, Education, United Nations, Teaching Resources, International Law2009
Democracy and Good GovernanceIqbal HaiderSenior Advocate Supreme Court, Former Attorney General & Federal Minister for Law, Justice, Parliamentary Affairs & Human Rights in PakistanAsia and the Pacific, Pakistan, Good Governance, Justice, Separation of Powers, The State2011
Diez Años Después de Esquipulas: Mirando Hacia el Futuro (Espanol)Oscar Arias SánchezLatin America and Caribbean, Spanish1997
E-Lecture on "Sport, violence and crime prevention"Online lecture is organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime together with leading international experts in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice and is supported by the Faculty of Law and the Institute of Applied Computer Science and Information Systems of the University of Vienna, Austria. http://www.unodc.org/e-lectures/sport/Development, Human Security, Security and Crime Prevention, Conferences and Other Events2010
European JHA DiplomacyANIS H. BajrektarevicActing Deputy Director of Studies EXPORT EU-ASEAN-NAFTA, Professor and Chairperson, International Law and Global Political Studies, University of Applied Sciences IMC-KremsEurope, Islam, Immigration, Terrorism, Border Control, Justice-Home Affairs2004
Financing the United NationsBudget Making, History, UN Reform, United Nations, Finances, Peacekeeping2009
For a Common Language of JusticeSlawomir RedoUN Office for Drugs and CrimeHuman Security, Crime Prevention, United Nations, Justice, Language, International Law2008
Foreign Policy by changing balances of power? South Africa as a middle power at the United NationsPaul-Henri BischoffRhodes University, South AfricaAfrica, Middle Power, Regionalism, Human Rights, Security Council, Global Governance2009
From Politics of War to politics of Peace - Northern Uganda: Whose War, Whose Peace & Whose Justice? Okello Sunday AngomaInternational Development Department PhD Candidate at University of BirminghamAfrica, Refugees, International Criminal Court, Justice, Peacebuilding, War2007
Gender Mainstreaming in an Insecure and Unequal WorldJane ParpartVisiting Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Centre for Gender and Development Studies at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and TobagoInequality, Human Security, UN Reform, Gender Issues, United Nations, Human Rights 2010
Geopolitics of EnergyDr. Anis H. BajrektarevicOf the GoE Editorial BoardEnergy Security, Rio Summit, Future Conflict2012
Geopolitics of Energy: the Arab McFB  'Spring' Anis BajrektarevicActing Deputy Director of Studies EXPORT EU-ASEAN-NAFTA, Professor and Chairperson, International Law and Global Political Studies, University of Applied Sciences IMC-KremsMiddle East and North Africa, Neo-imperialism, Conflict in the Middle East, International Relations, Energy Security, Arab Spring2011
Getting Our History Right: How Were the Equal Rights of Women and Men Included in the Charter of the United Nations? Forum for Development StudiesTorild SkardSenior Researcher NUPI, formerly Deputy Secretary-General, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Director for the Status of Women, UNESCO and Regional Director UNICEFGender Equality, History, Human Rights, Gender Issues, United Nations, UN Charter2010
Global Economic and Financial GovernanceJohn LangmoreInternational Economic Integration, Diplomacy, International Law, Global Governance, Economy, United Nations2011
Global Governance for World Food Security: A Scorecard Four Years After the Eruption of the "Food Crisis"Nora McKeonAfrica, Neo-Imperialism, Food Security, United Nations, Human Security, Justice2011
Global Governance of Security and Crime Prevention: Lessons from the CaribbeanSusan AlfonsoThe Caribbean Coalition for Development and the Reduction of Armed Violence and Women's Institute for Alternative DevelopmentLatin America and Caribbean, Women, Gender Issues, Security and Crime Prevention, Armed Conflict, Haiti2009
The Gravest Threat to India's National SecuritySwadesh RanaSenior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, New York, Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, New DelhiAsia and the Pacific, India,Terrorism, Security and Crime Prevention, Naxalites, Intra-State Conflict2010
Growing Pains: Assessing the First Seven Years of the International Criminal CourtMichael StruettAssistant Professor of Political Science at North Carolina State University, Author of The Politics of Constructing the International Criminal Court: NGOs, Discourse, and AgencyEurope, International Criminal Court, Sudan, United Nations, International Law, Crime Prevention2009
Head T.O. Head- Summits in Canada in June 2010: THe Muskoka G8 meets the Toronto G20Peter HajnalFaculty Member at the University of TorontoNorth America, G20, Muskoka Initiative, Other International Organizations, Health, BRICS2010
Implementing the Human Right to Water in CanadaLynda CollinsNorth America, Environment, Human Security, Development and Poverty Alleviation, Human Rights, Canada 2007
The Inherent Limits of Partnership in Contemporary Peace OperationsThierry TardyFaculty Member at the Geneva Centre for Security PolicyInstitutional Cooperation, United Nations, Armed Conflict, Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding, International Relations, UN Peace Operations2010
Innovative Sources of Development FinanceJohn LangmoreDevelopment Finance, Language, History, Development, Economy, United Nations2011
Internet and Governance in Egypt: A Story of Savage GraceIbrahim SalehConvenor of Political Communication at the Centre For Film & Media Studies, University of Cape TownMiddle East and North Africa, Civil Society, Media, Development and Poverty Alleviation, Free Press2009
Journalism Curricula in the Arab Region A Dilemma of Content Context and ContestIbrahim SalehConvenor of Political Communications, Center for Film and Media Studies, at University of Cape Town, South Africa. Journalism Research and Media Education Section for the International Association for Media and Communication Research Arab Spring, Education, United Nations, Media
Journalism Education in MENA: Walking on egg shellsIbrahim SalehConvenor of Political Communication at the Centre For Film & Media Studies, University of Cape TownAfrica, Middle East and North Africa, Civil Liberties, Education, Media, National Development2010
Justice and the Politics of Peace building: Comparing Experiences in Kosovo, Cambodia and Northern Uganda Alistair EdgarExecutive Director, ACUNS, and Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier UniversityAfrica, Asia and the Pacific, Reconciliation, Justice, Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding, Comparative Case Studies2010
Just War Theory Project Publishes Volume in Journal of Military EthicsDavis BrownJust War Theory Project Director, Norwegian Defense University CollegeEurope, War, Armed Forces, Justice, Armed Conflict, Human Security 2011
Learning by TranslationSana ShahStudent of Political Science, International Development and French StudiesLearning Resources, Education, Norms, Language, International Law, UN Recommendations2010
Media Sexual and Reporductive Health Taboos in the Middle East and North AfricaIbrahim SalehConvenor of Political Communications at University of Cape Town, South Africa Middle East and North Africa, Inequality, Women, Health, Media
Mirror, Tool, or Linchpin for Change? The UN and DevelopmentJacques FomerandFormer Director of the United Nations University Office in New YorkGlobal Structures, Foreign Aid, Civil Society Development and Poverty Alleviation, United Nations, UNDP2008
Mobilizing for refugee protection: reflections on the 60th anniversary of UNHCR and the 1951 Refugee ConventionLuise DrukeVisiting Scholar, Harvard Law School (IGLP) The UN refugee Agency Policy Development and Evaluation ServiceHistory, International Law, Refugees, Justice and Human Security, Human Rights, United Nations2011
Multiple Multilateralisms in the Post-Crisis Response: UN vs. G20Aldo CaliariRethinking the Bretton Woods Project, Centre of ConcernNorth America, G20, Other International Organizations, United Nations, International Relations, Multilateralsm2011
New Delhi Inaugural Meeting of Oceans Beyond Piracy- India Flags Issues of Shared Concern to South AsiaSwadesh RanaRana, Swadesh. Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, New York, Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, New DelhiAsia and the Pacific, Maritime Shipping, Piracy, Security and Crime Prevention, International Law, India2011
Nuclear Energy and Global Governance to 2030: An Action Plan/ L'energie nucléaire et la gouvernance mondiale à l'horizon 2030Louise Fréchette (Chair), and Trevor FindlayDirector, Nuclear Energy Futures ProjectNuclear Energy, IAEA, Security, Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, International Relations, Energy Security 2010
The Future of Nuclear Energy to 2030 and Its Implications for Safety, Security and Nonproliferation: OverviewTrevor FindlayDirector, Nuclear Energy Futures ProjectNuclear Energy, IAEA, Security, Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, International Relations, Energy Security 2010
The Political Economy of Peacebuilding - A critical Theory PerspectiveMichael PughEurope, Development and Poverty Alleviation, Political Economy, Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding, Foreign Aid, United Nations2005
Preventive Diplomacy: No Asian Century without the pan-Asian InstitutionAnis BajrektarevicActing Deputy Director of Studies EXPORT EU-ASEAN-NAFTA, Professor and Chairperson, International Law and Global Political Studies, University of Applied Sciences IMC-KremsAsia and the Pacific, Future Conflict, International Organizations, International Institutions, Security, ASEAN2011
Promoting the status of women in the UN system Forum for Development StudiesTorild SkardSenior Researcher NUPI, formerly Deputy Secretary-General, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Director for the Status of Women, UNESCO and Regional Director UNICEFHuman Rights, UN Reform, Development, Gender Issues, United Nations, History 2010
Putting the Pieces Together Towards a Unified Approach to Prevention at the UNAndrew TomlinsonUnited Nations, Diplomacy, Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution
Re-engaging with The UN NationsDonnell Davis, Allesandra Pecci, Michael PlatzerRapporteur (Pecci), Academic Council for the United Nations System (Platzer), Vice-President UNAA Queensland, Governing Council NGO Representative, UN Habitat, Commonwealth Human Ecology Council (Davis)Asia and the Pacific, Human Rights, International Law, United Nations, Conferences and Other Events, Multilateralism2008
Reforming Development Cooperation at the United Nations: An analysis of policy position and actions of key states on reform options' by Silke Weinlich (Book review)Leelananda De SilvaSenior official in the government of Sri LankaReforming Development Cooperation, UN Reform, Diplomacy, United Nations, Development and Poverty Alleviation, Policy Analysis2011
Regional Security Councils A Way Towards ReformLeelananda De SilvaServed in the government of Sri Lanka from 1960-1977, involved in UN Negoitations as a member of the Sri Lankan delegation, Secretary-General of the 29th Annual Sessions of ECAFE (now ESCAP), acted as the Secretary of the Economic Committee of the Fifth Non-Aligned Summit held in Colombo in 1976. Since 1982 he has been a consultant to many UN bodies, working for over 30 countries in Asia and AfricaUnited Nations, Security Council, Small States, Middle Powers, UN Reform
Reproductive health and rights in the United Nations - normative action amidst political controversy and religious contestationTorild SkardSenior Researcher NUPI, formerly Deputy Secretary-General, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Director for the Status of Women, UNESCO and Regional Director UNICEFInternational Norms, UN Reform, Human Rights, Gender Issues, United Nations, History 2010
From Rhetoric to Practice: Operationalizing National Ownership in Post-Conflict PeacebuildingRhys Machold, Balsillie School of International Affairs, Timothy Donais, Wilfrid Laurier UniversityBalsillie School of International Affairs (Machold), Wilfrid Laurier University (Donais)Post-conflict, Civil Society, Development, Peacekeeping, United Nations, Peacebuilding2011
The Role of MNCs in the DRCBatware, BillyMA Peace and Conflict Studies, European Peace UniversityAfrica, Resource Conflict, Democratic Republic of Congo, Development and Poverty Alleviation, Peace and Conflict Study, Human Rights2011
Rwandan Ethnic Conflicts: A Historical look at root causesBatware, BillyMA Peace and Conflict Studies, European Peace UniversityAfrica, Resources Conflict, Post-Imperilaism, Human Rights, Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding2012
SISPR – Students Initiative for Security Policy Research Learning by Travelling and Intercultural Research Helmut A. Prantner / Leila Salehiravesh* / Simon TauerAzad University in Tehran, United Nation Association of Austria, SISPR (Salehiravesh), United Nations Youth and Student’s Association of Austria, SISPR (Tauer)The Middle East and North Africa, Security, Iran, Teaching Resources, Education, Strudents Initiative for Security Policy Research2010
Suppressing Maritime Piracy: Exploring the Options in International LawElizabeth Andersen, Benjamin Brockman-Hawe, Patricia GoffAn ACUNS, American Society of International Law, and One Earth Future Foundation Workshop ReportAfrica, Somalia, Piracy, Security and Crime Prevention, International Law, Maritime Shipping2010
A Template for Those at Risk: India's Response to Maritime Piracy 2010-11Swadesh RanaOEF Project Adviser and Focal Point for South Asia and Former Chief, Conventional Arms Branch. Department of Disarmament Affairs. United NationsAsia and the Pacific, Somalia, Piracy, Security and Crime Prevention, United Nations, Maritime Shipping2011
Ten Years After Esquipulas: Looking Toward the Future (English)Oscar Arias SánchezLatin America and Caribbean, Costa Rica, Peacebuilding, Arms Trafficking1997
Terropiracy: A Topic for BIMSTECSwadesh RanaSenior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, OEF Fellow and Project Advisor with One Earth FutureAsia and the Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, Black Market, Security and Crime Prevention, Terrorism, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)2010
NPT 2010: The Beginning of a New Constructive CycleSameh Aboul-EneinFormer Deputy Ambassador of Egypt to the United Kingdom, Visiting Lecturer on Disarmament at London Diplomatic AcademyNuclear Nonproliferation Treat, Middle East, Disarmament and Non-proliferation, International Law, Diplomacy 2010
The Humpty Dumpty Institute: Putting the Pieces Back TogetherUnited Nations, Development, Other International Organizations2012
The Founding of the United Nations - International Cooperation as an Evolutionary ProcessJean KrasnoDistinguished Fellow at International Security Studies, Yale University, Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the City College of New YorkUse of Force, Diplomacy, History, United Nations, International Relations, Role of Secretary General2009
The Power of Ideas and the Power of the StateRamesh ThakurDirector of the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Distinguished Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo, Member of ACUNS BoardAsia and The Pacific, United Nations, Education, Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding, Democracy, Peacebuilding2009
The Role of the United Nations in Forming Global NormsJoe StillsFormer Vice-President of the United Nations Association of the United States of America, Former Associate Spokesman for Secretary-General, Former Director of the UN Information Center in Washington, D.C.UN Security Council and General Assembly, Diplomacy, UN Reform, United Nations, International Relations, International Law2002
The UN - Adapting to the 21st Century Conference ReportThe Centre for International Governance InnovationGlobal South, development, UN Reform, United Nations, Conferences and Other Events, Security2009
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The International Criminal Court: Capturing Public AttentionCharlotte KuAssistant Dean, Graduate and International Legal Studies, at the University of Illinois College of Law and former Chair of the ACUNS Board of DirectorsAfrica, Sudan, International Criminal Court, Justice and Human Security, International Law, International Relations 2009
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Towards a Verified Nuclear Weapon Free Zone in the Middle EastSameh Aboul-Enein and Hassan ElBahtimyVisiting Lecturer on Disarmament University of Westminster, Member of a Multilateral Study Group on Missiles, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (Aboul-Enein), Researcher at VERTIC, research associate at the Centre for Science and Security Studies at the War Studies Department (Elbahtimy)Middle East and North Africa, Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Disarmament and Non-proliferation, Security, Future Conflict, Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone2010
Toward Understanding Global Governance The International Law and International Relations ToolboxCharlotte Ku, Thomas G. Weiss (Eds.)Executive Director, ASIL (Ku), Executive Director, ACUNS (Weiss)International Governmental Organziations, UN Reform, Global Governance, International Law, International Relations, Teaching Resources 1998
The "Transnational Turn" in MultilateralismChrister JonssonProfessor Emeritus of Political Science at Lund University, Sweden, Chair of the ACUNS Board of DirectorsCivil Society, Transnational Actors, United Nations, Intergovernmental Organisations, Multilateralism2011
Ugandan Deputy High Commissioner to Canada - Keynote AddressAfrica, Uganda, Resource Conflict, Land and Property, Peacebuilding, Decolonization2007
United Nations Security Council Reform: Thoughts on a Possible new Canadian ApproachAndrew CaddellThe United Nations and Commonwealth division of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Canada) Senior Policy Advisor from 2003 to 2007North America, Middle Power, UN Reform, United Nations, History, Security Council2007
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New Technology and the Prevention of Violence and ConflictFrancesco Mancini Senior Director of Research, International Peace Institute, and Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public AffairsAfrica, Asia, Latin America, Violence Prevention, Social Media, Crisis Mapping, Big Data, Crisis, Elections2012 - April 25
Path Emergence in Social Order:
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