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Diplomacy in Action

2001


United States Participation in the United Nations for 2001
-Title Page  [8 Kb]
-Table of Contents  [17 Kb]
-Prologue  [23 Kb]
-Part 1: Political and Security Affairs  [529 Kb]
-Part 2: Reform of the United Nations  [34 Kb]
-Part 3: Economic and Social Affairs  [68 Kb]
-Part 4: Development and Humanitarian Relief Activities  [69 Kb]
-Part 5: Science, Technology and Research  [27 Kb]
-Part 6: Legal Developments  [49 Kb]
-Part 7: Administration and Budget  [67 Kb]
-Part 8: Specialized Agencies and Other Bodies  [125 Kb]
-Appendix 1: Address by President George W. Bush  [33 Kb]
-Appendix 2: Principal Organs of the United Nations  [34 Kb]
-Appendix 3: United States Representatives  [33 Kb]
-Index  [90 Kb]

Voting Practices in the United Nations for 2001
-Transmittal Letters  [4 Kb]
-Table of Contents  [21 Kb]
-I - Introduction  [24 Kb]
-Graph: Overall Plenary Votes - Geographic Groups  [15 Kb]
-Graph: Overall Plenary Votes - Political Groups  [18 Kb]
-Graph: Overall Plenary Votes - By Issues By Year  [12 Kb]
-Graph: Important Votes - Geographic Groups  [15 Kb]
-Graph: Important Votes - Political Groups  [18 Kb]
-II - General Assembly - Overall Votes  [117 Kb]
-III - General Assembly - Important Votes and Consensus Actions  [153 Kb]
-IV - Security Council  [79 Kb]
-V - Country Listings (Afghanistan-Ethiopia)  [111 Kb]
-V - Country Listings (Fiji-Nauru)  [112 Kb]
-V - Country Listings (Nepal-Zimbabwe)  [131 Kb]


-12/19/01   U.S. Report to the UN Counterterrorism Committee
-11/26/01   Minutes of Public Briefing of November 6, 2001 on the Universal Postal Union
-11/07/01   UPU: Council of Administration 2001 Annual Meeting
-07/17/01   High-Level Group on the Future Development of the UPU, July 2001
-04/09/01   Minutes of Public Briefing of March 15, 2001 on the Universal Postal Union
-03/08/01   High-Level Group on the Future Development of the UPU, February 2001

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