Beyond Traditional Peacekeeping

Beyond Traditional Peacekeeping

Hardcover(1995)

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Overview

As the UN celebrates its 50th anniversary, it is embroiled in controversy sparked by its recent extensive involvement in operations which go beyond traditional peacekeeping. This book brings together leading scholars and practitioners who explicate the issues at the heart of the controversy and recommend changes for the organisation and its member states. In dedicated analyses as well as in case studies, the authors focus on issues of sovereignty and intervention, national commitments to non- traditional missions, and operational efficiency and effectiveness when undertaking such missions.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780333626535
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 02/15/1995
Edition description: 1995
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Figures and Tables - Foreword; S.Tharoor - Introduction; D.C.F.Daniel & B.C.Hayes - PART 1: SOVEREIGNTY AND INTERVENTION - On the Brink of a New Era? Humanitarian Interventions, 1991-4; T.G.Weiss - National Perspectives on International Intervention; D.Dallmeyer - UN Intervention in Civil Wars: Imperatives of Choice and Strategy; S.J.Stedman - PART 2: SUPPORTING NON-TRADITIONAL PEACEKEEPING: NATIONAL CHOICES - The Case for Engagement: American Interests in UN Peace Operations; E.C.Luck - Minding Our Own Business: The Case for American Non-Participation in International Peacekeeping/Peacemaking Operations; C.Layne - Working Multilaterally: The Old Peacekeepers' Viewpoint; B.Huldt - Other Selected States: Motivations and Factors in National Choices; A.Kane - PART 3: IMPROVING EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY - Structural Issues and the Future of UN Peace Operations; W.Durch - UN Peace Support Operations: Political- Military Considerations; J.Whitman & I.Bartholomew - Military Issues in Multinational Operations; M.Harrell & R.Howe - PART 4: CASE STUDIES - The United Nations Operation in the Congo: Peacekeeping, Peacemaking, and Peacebuilding; I.J.Rikhye - United Nations Peacekeeping in the Former Yugoslavia; M.Berdal - The Case of Cambodia; J.Schear - UNOSOM II: Not Failure, Not Success; G.Anderson - Success and Failure in Southern Africa: Peacekeeping in Namibia and Angola; V.P.Fortna - PART 5: CONCLUSIONS - Problems and Progress: The Future of UN Peacekeeping; D.C.F.Daniel & B.C.Hayes - Index - Glossary

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