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Section 1: The United Nations 8
Origins and aims of the United Nations 8
Organisation of the United Nations 12
Reform of the UN 19
Section 2: North Atlantic Treaty Organisation 26
Formation and organisation of NATO 26
NATO enlargement 29
Partnership for peace 34
Do we still need NATO? 35
Section 3: The UN and peacekeeping 37
Case study: Kosovo 47
Case study: Rwanda 51
Case study: Sudan 55
Section 4: International terrorism 61
11 September 2001, and... [continues]
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