Peacekeeping and the International System
Routledge, Oct 16, 2006 - Political Science - 304 pages
A comprehensive, clearly presented and accessible text covering the totality of the peacekeeping experience since the early twentieth century.
This is essential reading for all undergraduates on politics, international relations and contemporary history programmes. It is also an excellent resource for taught postgraduate courses in these subject areas.
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1 The dimensions of international peacekeeping
the interwar years
the formation of the United Nations
from Palestine and Kashmir to Suez
regional crises in the cold war
the Middle East in the 1970s
peacekeeping and the end of the cold war
peacekeeping and the end of the multinational state