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Hi All, FYI Best andreas -------------------------- More material on "Uniting for Peace" http://www.danirak.dk/english/uniting.html This seldom used UN Resolution (377A from 1950) empowers the General Assembly to resolve a crisis caused by a deadlock in the Security Council. The documents below can be used by activists in a country whose government appreciates the gravity of the situation, and thus may initiate the procedures necessary to convene an emergency special session of the General Assembly to consider such a Resolution. What is a "Uniting for Peace" resolution? http://www.danirak.dk/english/ratner_final_op_ed_uniting.htm Activist letter http://www.danirak.dk/english/Activist_letter.html Draft letter to UN Mission of country X http://www.danirak.dk/english/Mission_Letter.html Draft letter to UN Secretary General http://www.danirak.dk/english/Draft_Letter_to_Secretary_Gener.html Draft Uniting for Peace Resolution http://www.danirak.dk/english/Draft_Uniting_For_Peace_Resolut.html Online petition Support a "Uniting for Peace" resolution! Site run by a French group, who have already successfully campaigned for a French veto in the Security Council. http://uniting.free.fr/index.htm Norman Paech, Frankfurter Rundschau, 4 Feb. 2003 "Uniting for Peace" / a European perspective Article written by a Professor of Public Law at Hamburg University of Economics and Politics. http://www.danirak.dk/english/Paech_editorial.html _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email email@example.com All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk