RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 44869113 LA English T1 Peace enforcement : the United Nations experience in Congo, Somalia, and Bosnia A1 Boulden, Jane,, PB Praeger PP Westport, Conn. YR 2001 SN 0275969061 9780275969066 AB "Boulden argues that, while problematic, peace enforcement is a potentially viable tool for the United Nations. The implementation of peace enforcement operations does, however, present the United Nations with a number of complicated challenges. Three factors have the power to influence the outcome of such operations. Without an adequate mandate, and - most importantly - without sufficient resources, the likelihood of success is low. Further, the maintenance of impartiality in the implementation of the operation (as opposed to whether or not the mandate itself is impartial) is critical to the chances of a positive outcome. Over all, the Security Council needs to have a greater awareness about the potential difficulties inherent in peace enforcement mandates and, accordingly, to take greater care in designing and monitoring these operations."--Jacket.