Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council

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2411-8699 (online)
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The Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council, mandated by the General Assembly in resolution 686 (VII) in 1952, provides comprehensive coverage of the Security Council’s interpretation and application of the United Nations Charter and its own Provisional Rules of Procedure since 1946. Its primary purpose is to provide Member States, including those elected to serve on the Security Council, the United Nations system, academics and others with a source of information regarding the evolving practice of the Security Council.
 
Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council: Supplement 1981-1984

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31 Dec 1984
Pages:
367
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9789210581738 (PDF)
http://dx.doi.org/10.18356/26c079cb-en

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This publication serves as a guide to the proceedings of the Security Council presenting an analytical indexed presentation of the practices and procedures since 1946. The current supplement covers the years 1981-1984. It deals with a period when the Council’s practice, in response to changes and new challenges on the international scene, considerably expanded in scope in the areas of conflict prevention, peacekeeping and electoral assistance. The Repertoire is designed to assist government officials, practitioners on international law, academics and all those interested in the work of the UN to gain a better understanding of the framework within which it operates. Texts of decisions on disputes and situations are accompanied by historical case summaries of the relevant chain of proceedings.

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