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The Procedure of the UN Security Council$
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Sydney D. Bailey and Sam Daws

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198280736

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198280734.001.0001

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The People

The People

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(p.110) Chapter 3 The People
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The Procedure of the UN Security Council
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Sydney D. Bailey

Sam Daws (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0198280734.003.0003

Looks at the people that make up the UN Security Council. It starts with sections on the Secretary‐General and the President, and goes on to discuss permanent members (of which there are five — from China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States) and non‐permanent members, of which details are given for each year from 1946 to 1997. The next section gives details of other participants in the UN Security Council: UN member states that are non‐members of the Council; the PLO/Permanent Observer for Palestine; the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; UN member states that are non‐members of the Council in informal consultations of the whole; troop‐contributing states; individuals and regional organizations. The next two sections of the chapter discuss permanent missions of member states to the Council, and groups (bodies of UN members) within the Council with certain ideological or regional interests. The remaining sections discuss regionalism, credentials, the representation of China and diplomatic precedence.

Keywords:   credentials, diplomatic precedence, groups, individuals, non‐members of the Council, non‐permanent members, other participants, Palestine, people, permanent members, permanent missions, Permanent Observer for Palestine, PLO, President, regional organizations, regionalism, representation of China, Secretary‐General, troop‐contributing states, UN member states, UN Security Council, UN, Yugoslavia

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