UN Peacekeeping in Trouble: Lessons Learned from the Former Yugoslavia : Peacekeepers' Views on the Limits and Possibilities of the United Nations in a Civil War-like Conflict
Wolfgang Biermann, Martin Vadset
Ashgate, 1998 - Political Science - 378 pages
This work examines the criteria of practicality and feasibility of UN mandates to a civil war-like conflict. The accumulated knowledge of UN personnel is utilized in order to identify the secrets of political and operational success or failure and it provides insights by offering practicability tests of public demands and mandates for peace-keeping. In particular, the editors reveal the dramatic inadequacy of actions, decisions and support to the UN operation by major international players.
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