From the beginnings of the Cold War to efforts to control Saddam Hussein's weapons program, this indispensable guide to the history and workings of the UN system shows how this widely misunderstood organization has helped to make the world a safer place and what its future prospects are likely to be. * Features the original texts of key UN documents such as the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights * Details the chronology of the UN system and the changes that have occurred since its founding in 1945Following the United Statesa#39; anthrax-by-mail terrorism experience in 2001, the UPU arranged for a special ... As the U.S. Post Office is the service with the most experience of bioterrorism, the UPU drew the attention of all other postal services to the updated U.S. guidelines, and a link to those guidelines is now on the UPU anbsp;...
|Title||:||The United Nations System|
|Author||:||Chadwick F. Alger|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2006|