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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Kareem Al-Qaq
|Description:||x, 260 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||United Nations peace operations and world order : a reappraisal of purposes and practices, 1948-87 --
Defining the work of the United Nations : from the challenge of third world activism to a resurgent western security agenda --
Reorienting the United Nations after the Cold War : the advance of peace operations --
United Nations misadventures in Somalia : militarised liberal internationalism in the early 1990s --
Post-colonial Rwanda and United Nations conveyance operations : from trusteeship to regime change --
Manufacturing peace in Angola : the Lusaka Protocols and the standard of UN peace operations --
Managing world order on the periphery.
|Series Title:||Library of international relations (Series), 40.|
|Responsibility:||Richard Kareem Al-Qaq.|
""This is an important piece of work and one which will take its place at the forefront of contemporary efforts to understand the UN and its role in world politics. For too long we have lacked
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