The Confidence Factor in Multilateral Diplomacy
— confidence in the way the counterparts prepare their position for the forthcoming negotiations;
— confidence in the degree of good faith with which the counterpart will conduct negotiations;
— confidence in that legislative or other organs will complete the necessary approval or ratification of the results of the negotiations;
— confidence that the counterpart will execute in good faith the results of the negotiations.
KeywordsSecurity Council Confidence Factor International Economic Order General Assembly Resolution Negotiate Process
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