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Volume :18 Issue : 1 1990      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Consistency of United Nations Representatives’ Attitudes: The Case of Arab and African Delegates

Auther : Mustafa Abdalla Abulgasem

This study examines the consistency of the attitudes of Arab and African delegates to the United Nations based on responses to a questionnaire. A variety of subjects are considered, such as their attitudes toward group meetings, the nature of binding decisions, world peace, and the effective-ness of UN organs. The Arab and African delegates ‘ attitudes toward their caucusing groups and the United Nations are, essentially, similar. Therefore, the Arab and African delegates agree that their caucusing meetings as well as the effectiveness of the UN should be strengthened. However, the Arab and African delegates ‘ attitudes of the 1960s varied from those of the 1980s, particularly with regard to their attitudes toward the binding nature of group decisions and the increasing role of the UN General Assembly.

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