what are the strengths weaknesses and alternatives to the united nations security co 4953855
What are the strengths, weaknesses and alternatives to the United Nations Security Councils approach to Humanitarian Intervention?
What are the strengths, weaknesses and alternatives to the United States foreign policy approach to Humanitarian Interventions?
-the issue and the institution (though this should be brief if you are providing a
-examine the strengths and weaknesses associated with way in which the
institution has addressed the issue (highlight the relevance of any theoretical
foundations discussed in the first section of the course for this approach);
-examine the alternatives the institution might have for addressing the issue (this
might rely upon other theories of global governance.
*Use reputable source material from peer-reviewed journals, books, government sources, respected news sites, official webpages, reports from organisations like the IMF, World Bank, UN, EU, etc.
*Ensure that you use topic sentencesat the outset of each paragraph to introduce and signpost what the section is going to address.
•Additionally, a sentence at the end of the section that summarises what the
section has addressed.
•Make sure you are substantiating all claims with evidence,and that you are clearly linking evidence to your argument.
*Please pay attention to grammar, typos, and punctuation. If you are struggling to catch a breath when you read your essay aloud, it is time to cut down on the commas.
*Please make sure to actually answer the question and also avoid using unrelated case studies. Also please include the Libya crisis in the essay.
In addition, please make sure to use the sources listed below as well as secondary sources chosen by you:
*Gordenker, Leon. “The UN System” in Weiss, Thomas and Wilkinson, Rordan (eds.) International Organization and Global Governance. New York: Routledge, 2014, pp pp.209-¬-222
*Weiss, Thomas G.
Global Governance. Cambridge, Polity, 2013. Chapter 6: “Policy.
*Karns, Margart P. and Mingst, Karen A. International Organizatons: The Politics and Processes of Global Governance, 2nded. Boulder: Lynne Reinner, 2010. Chapter 4: “The United Nations: Centrepiece of Global Governance” pp.95-¬-142.
*Oestreich, Joel E. International Organizations as Self-Directed Actors. London and New York: Routledge, 2012. Part 1: The United Nations Secretariat.
*Armstrong, David; Lloyd, Lorna and Redmond, John. International Organisation in World Politics. 3rded. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. Chapters 2-¬-7.