Suffering from a divided membership, the United Nations is at a crossroads. This volume assembles under one cover the perspectives of current practitioners, leading academics, civil society representatives and United Nations officials on transforming the secretary general's reform ideas into action. Their assessments are frank and their views varied, but they do agree on one thing: the United Nations must be made more effective precisely because it is indispensable to the promotion of economic development and collective security in the twenty-first century.

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