Table of Contents

Reforming the United Nations: The Struggle for Legitimacy and Effectiveness (2006)

Preface 

Table of Contents 

List of Abbreviations 

Part I
Reforming the United Nations: The Struggle for Legitimacy and Effectiveness 

1.
      The History of United Nations Reform Efforts, 1950 to 2002 

1.1 
   Cold War, North-South Conflict and the Revitalization of the United Nations, 1950 to 1996 

1.2 
   Structural Adjustments and a New Vision: The Quiet Revolution, 1997 to 2002 

1.3 
   Security Council Reform: The Unfinished Business 

2.
      New Reform Initiatives: The Struggle for Legitimacy and Effectiveness, 2003 to 2006 

2.1 
   September 11, Iraq and the Issue of Collective Security

2.2 
   A Fork in the Road: The Need for a Fundamental Assessment of the United Nations 

2.3    High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change: A More Secure World 

2.4
    UN Millennium Project: Investing in Development 

2.5
    United Nations Secretary-General: In Larger Freedom 

2.6    United Nations Oil-for-Food Programme: The Volcker Inquiry and Congressional Initiatives 

2.7 
   Security Council Reform: The Collapse of Aspirations 

2.8
    2005 World Summit: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity 

2.9    Follow-Up to the World Summit: Continued and New Reform Efforts 

2.10 
 Concluding Comments: Incremental Steps Towards Legitimacy and Effectiveness 

Part II
Documents 

1.
    A More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility 
       High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, 2 December 2004 

2.    Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals 
       UN Millennium Project, 2005 

3.
    In Larger Freedom: Towards Development, Security and Human Rights for All 
       Secretary-General, United Nations, 21 March 2005 

4. 
  The Management of the United Nations Oil-for-Food Programme 
       Independent Inquiry Committee into the United Nations Oil-for-Food Programme, 
       7 September 2005 

5.    
2005 World Summit Outcome 
        United Nations World Summit, 16 September 2005 

6.
    Investing in the United Nations: For a Stronger Organization Worldwide 
       Secretary-General, United Nations, 7 March 2006 

Index of Names