[17.06.10] Emerging Powers - Implications for the UN Security Council
NUPI's Centre for Global Governance and NUPI's Department of Security and Conflict Management have the pleasure of inviting you to the Security in Practice Seminar:
Emerging Powers - Implications for the UN Security Council
Colin Keating, Executive Director of Security Council Report
Lecture time: 14:00-15:00
Colin Keating is the founding Executive Director of Security Council Report. He was the New Zealand Ambassador to the UN between 1993 and 1996 and served on the Security Council in 1993 and 1994. He was Council president during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and led the Council Mission to Somalia. Also, he chaired the Security Council Committee on Sanctions against Iraq and was actively involved in UN reform, serving as Co-Chair of the General Assembly working group dealing with reform at that time.
The Security in Practice Seminar brings together researchers, practitioners and policy-makers who share an interest in current practices within the field of stability and security operations. The seminar series draws on resource persons within this community to share both experiences and theoretical perspectives, and aims at being a forum for open and critical debate.