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Andrew Mark Dorman
Professor of International Security, King's College London & Editor International Affairs . Ipswich Town fan. Usual caveats apply.
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C3RD Sep 26
Un outil utile pour préparer vos cours : la reading list de la revue "This reading list presents recent research on the development and evolution of international law."
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CBS News Sep 25
Judge tosses suit over Trump affair story after Fox News argues no "reasonable viewer" takes Tucker Carlson seriously
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Carla Winston Sep 24
Lovely. On the other hand, I am assigning your article in with to 670 first-year students. So...
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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6. From the article: These days…the United Nations has almost too much credibility. On some recent mornings, every single item on the BBC World Service news has related to a situation in which the United Nations is engaged in peacemaking or peacekeeping or humanitarian relief.
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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5. In 1993, having presided over a historic expansion in UN peacekeeping, Goulding delivered the Cyril Foster lecture at the University of Oxford on the evolution of peacekeeping, which was published International Affairs in the same year.
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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4. ... of Peacekeeping Operations within the UN system. From 1993–1997 he held the mandate of UN Under-Secretary General for Political Affairs, serving alongside Kofi Anan and further coordinating UN peacekeeping operations.
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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3. ... Commonwealth Affairs. In 1986 Goulding became UN Under-Secretary General for Special Political Affairs. In this capacity, he was responsible for a drastic expansion in the number of serving peacekeepers following the end of the Cold War and established the Department ...
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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2. Sir Marrack Goulding (1936–2010) was a British diplomat and former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. Goulding served as diplomat in the Foreign Office, serving in numerous embassies as well as Private Secretary to three ministers of state for Foreign and ...
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
1. Fascinating piece from the 1990s by Marrack Goulding on 'The evolution of United Nations peacekeeping'
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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5. He states: The United Kingdom was the lone dissenter. It was willing to move beyond stage one by creating a new institution and a common currency, but’ common’ rather than ‘single’ was meant to endorse the hard ECU rather than the strategy favoured by its partners.
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
4. was a visiting fellow at Chatham House. In 1992 in Kenen wrote International Affairs on the negotiations around the future of a European central currency.
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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3. countries and his work on currency areas. As a policy advisor, Kenen worked with numerous institutions from the US Treasury to the International Monestary Fund and the Bank of England. Kenen was also a member on President Kennedy’s task force on foreign economic policy and ...
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
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2. Peter Bain Kenen (1932–2012) was an American economist and policy advisor. Over the course of his academic career Kenen held senior positions at numerous universities. In this capacity he is most remembered for his early advocacy of floating exchange rates for smaller ...
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 25
1. Next in top 10 for the 1990s is Peter Kenan's piece 'The European Central Bank and monetary policy in stage three of EMU' via . Highly relevant given the UK's decision to leave the
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Chatham House Sep 24
Will the US 2020 election results be delayed? ‘The key state to look at will be Florida.’ In a members event on yesterday, explained what Florida could tell us on the night of the election Not a Chatham House member? Find out more:
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Louise Riis Andersen Sep 24
Proud to see my 2018 HIPPO-article on UN peace operations, reform, stabilization, and the role of the UN bureaucracy on this list of recommended readings!
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InternationalAffairs Sep 24
Read 's latest article in , 'Immature leadership: Donald Trump and the American presidency'. Free to access online here:
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Olivier Schmitt Sep 23
Honored to have two articles in these reading lists of recommended articles: one filed under « European Security » and the other under « War and Conflict » (1/3)
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InternationalAffairs Sep 24
Cyberspace has provided new opportunities for terrorist activities. Can counterterrorist forces keep up? Michael Chertoff and provide an overview of the impact of ICTs on jihadist strategy. Free access here:
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Andrew Mark Dorman Sep 24
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6. may be developed between a European Union, NATO and the CSCE. Well worth a read when we consider the future of Europe's defence in light of a resurgent Russia, Brexit, Turkey, migration and Covid-19.
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