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Managing world order : United Nations peace operations and the security agenda

Author: Richard Kareem Al-Qaq
Publisher: London ; New York : Tauris Academic Studies, 2009.
Series: Library of international relations (Series), 40.
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Since the end of the Cold War, United Nations peace operations have become an established and prominent feature of world politics. This book uncovers the political and socio-economic import of such  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kareem Al-Qaq
ISBN: 9781845115807 1845115805
OCLC Number: 258098317
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.

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New humanitarian imperialism

by Fannon (WorldCat user published 2009-09-03) Very Good Permalink

'Up to now the role of the Secretaries General and Secretariat of the UN has been almost entirely ignored in the literature on North-South relations since the end of the Cold War. Richard Al-Qaq gives us the first...
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