By Julie Murray
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The powers of the Security Council and the right of each of the P-5 to use a veto meant that during the Cold War, the UN could only take action in any dispute if both the US and Soviet Union agreed to do so. The superpowers often negotiated outside the UN framework, or they used that framework for propaganda purposes. Unlike the EU, the UN’s decision-making process was heavily skewed towards one institution – the Security Council. The end of the Cold War raised hopes that the UN would become more effective in dealing with conﬂict situations.
In its early days, its independence was compromised by Secretary-General Trygve Lie succumbing to US pressure in the McCarthy era. However, Lie’s successor Dag Hammarskjöld removed the Federal Bureau of Investigation from UN premises and reinvigorated Secretariat morale (Jonah, 2008, p. 162). However, there was a clear global North–South divide about the merits of an independent civil service: ‘the South prefers a less independent civil service as it believes an independent civil service would reﬂect Northern bias’ (Jonah, 2008, p.
The core methodological problem in this study is a typical endogeneity problem: if international bureaucrats appear to display 18 International Intervention in Ethnic Conﬂict autonomous behaviour, is it because their decisions reﬂect state preferences and hidden lobbying in the ﬁrst place? The methodological conundrum is evident in the above analysis of the UN Secretariat’s response to warnings of genocide in Rwanda. While the rigid compartmentalization of functions impeded delivery of the warning, it was also evident that France did not want intervention in Rwanda and had called for the dismissal of the army ofﬁcer.
Ejército de los Estados Unidos by Julie Murray