The United Nations in a Turbulent World


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Rosenau's bifurcation model of global turbulence suggests the emergence of a series of power gaps that may well be filled by the United Nations in the years ahead. His analysis highlights the probability that, far from being engulfed by change, the world organization seems destined to be enlarged by it. He offers, as well, six specific recommendations for policy through which the UN can become not only a recipient, but also an agent, of change.

The United Nations in a Turbulent World 1992, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, CO

ISBN-13: 9781555873301