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  • The UN Security Council at Fifty: Midlife Crisis or Terminal Illness? (pp. 285-296)
    Modesto Seara-Vazquez
  • The UN and Human Rights at Fifty: An Incremental but Incomplete Revolution (pp. 297-318)
    David P. Forsythe
  • The Future Role of Japan Within the UN (pp. 319-338)
    Mihály Simai
  • Lessons of Somalia for Future Multilateral Humanitarian Assistance Operations (pp. 339-365)
    Enrico Augelli and Craig N. Murphy
  • What Is Global Governance? (pp. 367-372)
    Lawrence S. Finkelstein
  • Panarchy and Other Norms for Global Governance: Boutros-Ghali, Rosenau, and Beyond (pp. 373-382)
    James P. Sewell and Mark B. Salter