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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about United Nations.
See also changes related to United Nations, or pages that link to United Nations or to this page or whose text contains "United Nations".

Parent topics

  • Diplomacy (foreign policy): The process of negotiations, among nations, usually by accredited representatives of a government. While the details of the negotiations may not be public information, the fact of the diplomatic negotiations is official and acknowledged [e]
  • Stub International law: The formal conduct of interactions between nation-states, both at the national level and on behalf of their citizens; generally accepted as first formalized by Hugo Grotius. [e]

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  • Developing Article Korean War: A modern conflict (1950-1953) fought on the Korean peninsula between the US-led UN forces, and the Communist coalition of North Korea and China. [e]
  • Stub Quartet on the Middle East: An international group comprising the United Nations, the European Union, the United States of America and Russia, concerned with bringing about an agreed settlement in the conflict over Israel and Palestine. [e]

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  • Netherlands [r]: Constitutional monarchy (population c. 16.6 million; capital Amsterdam) located at the delta of three major rivers (Rhine, Maas or Meuse, and Schelde) in north-western Europe; situated between Germany and Belgium, and bordering the North Sea to the north and west; founding member of the European Union. [e]
  • New York City [r]: The largest city in the United States of America and a world center of finance, commerce, communications, and the arts. [e]
  • Nobel Prize [r]: A prestigious annual prize awarded according to the will of Swedish chemist and entrepreneur Alfred Nobel in the categories Peace, Literature, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, and Physics. [e]
  • Nongovernmental organization [r]: A term used in much of the world to describe third sector organizations in terms of their location outside of formal government. [e]
  • Nonprofit Terminology [r]: Terms often used interchangeably to refer to organizations and services not bought and sold in markets or directly controlled by governments. Terms like nonprofit, not-for-profit and nongovernmental emphasize slightly different facets of phenomena occurring 'outside' markets and governments. [e]
  • Paul A. Volcker [r]: Chairman of the Federal Reserve 1979-1987 [e]
  • Paul K. Van Riper [r]: A retired United States Marine Corps lieutenant general, who has become known for successful enemy roleplaying in policy-level war gaming, and has criticized U.S. policy in the Middle East and Southwest Asia. [e]
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  • Space law [r]: Area of the law that encompasses national and international law governing activities in outer space, developed since the first launching (1957) by humans of a satellite into space. [e]
  • Spain [r]: South-west European parliamentary monarchy (population c. 40.5 million; capital Madrid) between the Atlantic Ocean and Bay of Biscay to the north-west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south and east; the Pyrenees mountain range forms the border with France to the north-east, and Portugal is situated to the west. [e]
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  • The Pentagon's New Map [r]: A book on grand strategy and world development by Thomas P. M. Barnett, which postulates that world conflict is chiefly due to lack of "connectedness" of nations to the information-intensive core of nations; he also proposes a partnership, in peace enforcement, between the high-technology "takedown" function and the "nation-building" role [e]
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