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236–245. N. ’’, New York Times, 17 March 2004. See Thomas G. Weiss, David P. Forsythe and Roger A. Coate, The United Nations in a Changing World (2nd edn, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1997). See, generally, David Cortright and George A. sei. See, for example, the resolutions on UNITA (1127 (1997) and 1173 (1998)), Usama bin Laden and Al-Qaida (1267 (1999), 1333 (2000) and 1390 (2002)) and Charles Taylor (1532 (2004)). This was the name given by the United States and the United Kingdom to the air bombardment carried out in the wake of Iraqi expulsions of Western UNSCOM ofﬁcials in late 1998.
Htmi. See S/RES/1284 (17 December 1999). S/RES/1409 (14 May 2002). See, for example, the committees established by Resolutions 1540 (2004) – weapons of mass destruction; 1533 (2004) – Democratic Republic of Congo; 1521 (2003) – Liberia; 1518 (2003) – Iraq; 1373 (2001) – Counter-Terrorism Committee; 1343 (2001) – Liberia; 1298 (2000) – Ethiopia and Eritrea; 1267 (1999) – Al Qaeda and the Taliban; 1160 (1998) – Kosovo; 1132 (1997) – Sierra Leone; 985 (1995) – Liberia; 918 (1994) – Rwanda; 864 (1993) – UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola); 751 (1992) – Somalia; 748 (1992) – Libya.
It is the variable that explains the concentration of power as opposed to its mere distribution. It is essential to understand this phenomenon of concentration in order to comprehend the nature and degree of structural dominance in international society and its long-term consequences. The current era has certainly changed from the Cold War in the sense not only that the United States is the most powerful state in the international system but also that there is no credible challenger to its preeminence after the demise of the Soviet Union.