World Order

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  • World Order
    • About World Order
      • Nature, Need and development
        • End of cold war
        • Globalisation
        • State sovereignty and Multilateralism- Treaty of Westphalia 1648.
      • Multilateralism
        • 2 Hague conferences
      • WW1, League of nations, UN
        • WW1 killed  multilateralism.
          • League of nations born 1919.
            • UN born 1 jan 1942. To fight Axis power.
      • Nature of conflict
        • Nuclear Warfare
          • North korea and Iran violation 1968 nuclear non- proliferation treaty
        • Civil war
          • KW, ACW, Lebanon war. Vietnam war.
        • War against govt and people
          • Genocide, mass murder, death squad.
        • Cyber warfare
        • Guerilla Warfare
          • Disorganised, no uniform, small
        • Communal killing
          • African states of Somalia 1993
          • Rwanda 1994
          • Yugoslavia split 1990
        • Interstate vs Intrastate
          • Interstate: Involve 2 or more states. Intrastate: Conflict within a state
        • Conventional war
          • Organised, uniforms. By stable govt
        • Terrorism
      • Sources to conflict
        • Self-defence (Article 51), UN security council authorisation (Chp VII)
          • US and Middle east
          • China and Australia
          • Ideological, Religion, Global or regional hegemony and Ethnic, religious or racil intolerance
    • Responses to World order
      • State sovereignty
        • Article 2.7 UN charter
        • Problems with UNSC
      • UN
        • Post war record of UN
        • SC
        • Peacekeeping
        • Peace building commision
        • UNEPS
      • International instruments
        • Bilateral and multilateral treaties
        • Jus cogens
      • Courts and Tribunals
        • ICJ
        • ICC
        • International tribunals
      • IGOs
        • AU
        • Commonwealth
        • ASEAN
        • EU
        • NATO
      • NGOs
        • ICG
        • Centre for Peace and conflict studies
        • Campaign for nuclear disarmament (UK)
        • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
        • Centre for Justice and International law
        • Freedom house
        • Global policy forum
        • World federation of the UN associations
      • Australia's Federal Govt
        • Australia's role in global affairs
      • Media
      • Non-legal international dispute resolution
    • Issues concerning world order
      • R2P
      • Nuclear Threat
      • East timor and UN
      • International law

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