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冷战对于联合国安理会的影响

论文作者:英语论文论文属性:作业 Assignment登出时间:2014-09-27编辑:zcm84984点击率:3668

论文字数:3165论文编号:org201409252331311169语种:英语论文 English地区:英国价格:免费论文

关键词:冷战联合国安理会中苏关系The Un Security Council

摘要:本文是一篇分析冷战对于联合国安理会的影响的留学生作业,联合国努力在冷战期间努力扩大自己,由于超级大国之间的政治紧张局势。蒙古企图获得成员和她在扩大过程中所面对的障碍,表明了冷战活跃在亚洲和联合国。新成员加入联合国的过程成为了一个为了中国,美国,和苏联提供的冷战战场。

Effect Of The Cold War On The Un Security Council

冷战对于联合国安理会的影响


由于超级大国之间的政治紧张局势,联合国努力在冷战期间努力扩大自己。蒙古企图获得成员和她在扩大过程中所面对的障碍,表明了冷战活跃在亚洲和联合国。新成员加入联合国的过程成为了一个为了中国,美国,和苏联提供的冷战战场。不加进现实世界中的军事敌人,这三大强国在联合国审议时中彼此对峙。具体而言,蒙古的进入表明了冷战的对手和联盟者如何在二战后的时期发展,也表明他们如何影响联合国的发展进程。地理的位置上,蒙古国是位于中华人民共和国和苏联之间的。蒙古也经常陷入中苏关系的僵局中,这大大地影响了这些国家愿意帮助或者防止蒙古进入联合国的程度。相对而言,美国也反对蒙古进入联合国,并与中国密切讨论这个话题。这三个国家的亲密无间的摄入,使得对于蒙古进入联合国成为理想案例,在冷战期间被研究。


The United Nations struggled to enlarge during the Cold War, due to the political tensions between the superpowers. Mongolia’s attempts to obtain membership and the roadblocks she faced in the process illuminate the Cold War dynamic, both in Asia and in the United Nations. The admission process of new members to the UN became a Cold War battlefield for China, the US, and the USSR. Not engaged in real world military hostilities, these three powers confronted each other in the deliberative chambers of the United Nations. Specifically, the admission of Mongolia shows how Cold War rivalries and alliances developed in the post-WWII years and also how they impacted the development of the UN. Geographically situated between the Republic of China and the Soviet Union, Mongolia was often caught up in Sino-Soviet relations, which greatly influenced the length to which these nations were willing to assist or prevent Mongolian entrance into the United Nations, respectively. The United States was also against Mongolian admission into the UN, and thus worked closely with China on the issue. The intimate involvement of these three nations makes Mongolia the ideal case study of the United Nations admission process during the Cold War.

Historiography

Though it is a commonly held belief that the admissions process in the United Nations was delayed by the Soviet Union’s use of their veto power, scholars from have disagreed about why the Soviets relied on the veto and whether this was the real problem with the membership process. According to Padelford (1948), as the national interests of the Soviet Union and the Western powers grew apart, clashes involving the use of the Security Council veto were unavoidable. The Soviet Union had to rely on the veto more than other permanent members, because it found the west and China lining up to oppose its every move. Stoessinger (1977) takes that idea a step further, stating that though the Soviet Union technically cast more vetoes in the Security Council than any other state, the United States used diplomacy to cast “hidden vetoes” [2] . In reality, both superpowers used the UN and the Security Council, in particular, to serve their national interests. The Cold War stalemate seen in many areas of the world was also being felt within the membership process of the United Nations.

The great powers clearly meant for the UN to promote international peace and security. However, during the Cold War, this became more difficult. One of the stated goals of the United Nations was to have universal membership [3] . Agreeing on admitting these members was not a simple task, however, as the UN members discovered throughout the Cold War. The Security Council had to vote on the membership applications of many states, and some, including Mongolia, had to wait on approval of their application for many years. The main argument levied against Mongolian admission revolved around its ties to the Soviet Union and questions about i论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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