Vol. 52 Nbr. 1-2, September - September 2015
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- Message on the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations.
- Reflections on the UN at 70.
- Seventy years of the United Nations.
- Independence and impartiality as the heart and soul of the Secretary-General.
- The role of the United Nations in ensuring a secure, prosperous and equitable world.
- Towards a more secure, just and humane future.
- A time for bold reforms.
- Strong UN. Better world: the United Nations at 70: a veteran's view.
- From rhetoric to reality: United Nations personnel are driving change.
- Striving for human security.
- A new agenda: the role of multilateralism in a complex and changing world.
- Looking back, moving forward.
- The United Nations at 70 and the ongoing quest for gender equality.
- From independence to long-term stability: United Nations efforts in Africa.
- Working as one to deliver a healthy future for all.
- A key United Nations moment and its lessons.
- Preventing the use of child soldiers: preventing genocide.
- For we, the peoples ... revisiting Dag Hammarskjold's legacy in applying and adapting the Charter for a stronger and more effective United Nations.
- Young at 70: the promise of the United Nations work with and for youth.
- The United Nations and its discontents: an academic view.
- Three simple fixes for the next 70 years.
- The first 70 years of the United Nations: achievements and challenges.
- From World Health to World Heritage: 70 years of the United Nations.
- Living together.