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[Reading] ➳ New World Disorder: The UN After the Cold War - an Insider's View ➻ David Hannay – Appomattox-campaign.co The end of the Cold War triggered a historic shift in world politics and nowhere was this keenly felt than in the United Nations This is an insider’s account of that turbulent period  Lord Hannay The end of the Cold War triggered a historic shift in world politics and nowhere was this keenly felt than in the United Nations This is an insider’s account of that turbulent period  Lord Hannay who as Britain’s representative to the UN sat in the Security Council from the time of Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait until the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia 1990 1995 gives a first hand view of events as they unfolded Just weeks after George HW Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev’s historic handshake the UN was being asked t.

O repel the Irai invasion of Kuwait to wind up a string of Third World proxy wars and to find a solution to the challenges of environmental degradation and climate change At first the Five Permanent Members of the Security Council worked together to an unprecedented extent with notable success But as Hannay shows little was done to prepare for the problems of state failure in Somalia in the former Yugoslavia in Rwanda and in Afghanistan which proved beyond the UN’s capacity to handle and which frayed the solidarity of th.

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