Published January 1, 2006
by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Harvey Langholtz (Editor), Boris Kondoch (Editor), Alan Wells (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||410|
UN peacekeeping forces have also become more assertive about using force to protect themselves and civilians and more active in enforcing the peace. In , in response to fighting in Libya, the Security Council authorized a no-fly zone in Libya to protect civilians and imposed sanctions on the government, but the NATO-Arab mission enforcing. The Fog of Peace is by far the best analysis of UN peacekeeping since Brian Urquhart’s indispensable writings on the subject. —David Rieff, New York Review of Books As can be expected from an author of Jean-Marie Guéhenno’s experience and prescience, The Fog of Peace captures well the moral conundrums and diplomatic obstacles that the United Nations and its Department of Peacekeeping Cited by: Peacekeeping, in that sense, is a welcome bearer of enlightenment and a raw reminder of the limits of empathy.” ―Bob Shacochis, The Washington Post “Mischa Berlinski’s new novel stands out for doing far more than dramatizing news headlines about the beleaguered Caribbean nation/5(22). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Acknowledgments --I Concepts and Development of International Peacekeeping (starting p.1) --The Concept of Peacekeeping (starting p.4) --The Origin and Development of Peacekeeping Operations (starting p) --UNEF I and the Birth of the Peacekeeping Strategy (starting p.
Peacekeeping has been the technique most frequently used by, and associated with, the United Nations to end conflicts and to preserve peace. In addition, international and regional organizations have also performed peacekeeping functions. Peacekeeping has been the technique most frequently used by, and associated with, the United Nations to end conflicts and to preserve peace. In addition, international and regional organizations have also performed peacekeeping functions. Since the establishment of the first UN peacekeeping mission. Get this from a library! International peacekeeping. [Boris Kondoch;] -- Nowadays, peacekeepers are increasingly engaged in internal rather than international conflicts and perform a multitude of tasks. Among others, they act as civilian administrators, oversee elections. No small number of books laud and record the heroic actions of those at war. But the peacekeepers? Who tells their stories?At the beginning of the s, the world exited the cold war and entered an era of great promise for peace and security. Guided by an invigorated United Nations, the international community set out to end conflicts that had flared into vicious civil .
For more than seven decades, UN peacekeeping operations have fulfilled an essential role in managing international crises. Alan Doss has spent a decade at the highest levels of UN peacekeeping in Sierra Leone, Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. At a moment when peacekeeping faces enormous challenges, both politically in . This volume deals with women's participation in international peacekeeping operations and what those operations might consider to be the role and circumstances of women, including those of the host society. Essays include: a theoretical perspective. If that is so, then this book was certainly the place to say so. Conclusions. This is a curious and somewhat conflicted book, as is in fact signaled in the sub-title: A Memoir of International Peacekeeping in the 21st Century. International Peacekeeping Vol - Issue 2. Submit an article Journal homepage. 41 Views 0 CrossRef citations to date Altmetric Book Reviews Measuring Peace: Principles, Practices and Politics by Richard Caplan, Oxford, Oxford University Press, , pp. , $75 (hardcover), ISBN