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Good Offices

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United Nations Good Offices Mission in Afghanistan and Pakistan (UNGOMAP)

‘The Good Offices’ and Expansion into Africa Under Felix Schnyder

STIMSON, Henry Lewis (1867 - 1950), Member Inter-American Panel on Good Offices since 1938

Administrative Impartiality as Fairness: The UN Secretary-General’s Good Offices and Other ‘Third Party’ Functions1

Report of the Secretary-General on His Mission of Good Offices in Cyprus: August 21, 1992 (United Nations [UN])

Agreement between the Rulers of Cheribon made with the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company, Batavia Castle, signed 4 August 1699

Agreement between the Cheribon Princes with the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company, signed 17 February 1708

Agreement under the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company between Suracarta, Jokjacarta and Mataram, signed at Batavia, 28 September 1790

Treaty of Peace between the King of Palembang and the King of Jambi, concluded by the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company at Jamby, signed 5 August 1681

Treaty of Peace between Jambi and Palembang concluded with the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company, signed at Palembang, 7/10 September 1683

Act of Reconciliation with the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company between the Kings of Chiauw (Siauw) and Manganitoe (Sangir Is.), signed at Castle Orange, Ternate, 21 March 1729

Agreement with the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company between the King of Ternate and the King of Tidore, signed at Castle Orange, Ternate, 22 December 1734

 

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A technique of peaceful settlement of an international dispute, in which a third party, acting with the consent of the disputing states, serves as a friendly intermediary in an effort to persuade them to negotiate between themselves without necessarily offering the disputing states substantive suggestions towards achieving a settlement. See also conciliation; mediation.

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