China as Nuclear Power and its UN Security Council Membership

The Dilemma of Non-Proliferation Policies and Veto Power


Seminar Paper, 2011

21 Pages, Grade: 1,0 (CH: 6,0)


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Contents

1 Introduction

2 Theory and History

3 Chinese Nuclear and Veto Power
3.1 Chinese Multilateralism
3.2 Nuclear Weapons and Non-Proliferation Policies
3.3 Organisational Matters in the UNSC

4 Conclusion

5 Bibliography
5.1 Printed Sources
5.2 Internet Sources
5.3 Secondary Literature

6 Appendix
6.1 Index of Abbreviations
6.2 Index of Figures and Tables

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Title
China as Nuclear Power and its UN Security Council Membership
Subtitle
The Dilemma of Non-Proliferation Policies and Veto Power
College
University of Zurich  (Institut für Politikwissenschaft)
Course
Seminar "International Politics of East Asia"
Grade
1,0 (CH: 6,0)
Author
Year
2011
Pages
21
Catalog Number
V181143
ISBN (eBook)
9783656042051
ISBN (Book)
9783656041818
File size
597 KB
Language
English
Keywords
China, United Nations, UN Security Council, UN General Assembly, Veto Power, Veto Players, Nuclear Weapons, Cold War, Disarmament, Non-proliferation, P5, USA, USSR, Russia, United Kingdom, France, George Tsebelis, Winset, Core, PRC, ROC, International Relations, International Organizations, Agenda-setter, Multilateralism, Tit-for-tat, PLA, UNSC Reform, WMD
Quote paper
M.A. Manuel Irman (Author), 2011, China as Nuclear Power and its UN Security Council Membership, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/181143

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