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The UN's role in nation-building : from the Congo to Iraq

著者: James Dobbins; et al
出版商: Santa Monica, CA : RAND Corp., 2005.
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Reviews nearly 50 years of UN nation-building efforts to transform unstable countries into democratic, peaceful, and prosperous partners. The authors examine the UN's experience in the Congo, Namibia, El Salvador, Cambodia, Mozambique, Eastern Slavonia, Sierra Leone, and East Timor, as well as the U.S. experience in Iraq. The book complements the authors' earlier study, America's Role in Nation-Building: From  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: James Dobbins; et al
ISBN: 0833035894 9780833035899
OCLC号码: 57143098
注意: "MG-304-RC"--P. [4] of cover.
描述: xliii 273 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
内容: Introduction --
Congo --
Namibia --
El Salvador --
Cambodia --
Mozambique --
Eastern Slavonia --
Sierra Leone --
East Timor --
Iraq --
Lessons learned --
Inputs and outcomes --
The U.S. and UN ways of nation building.
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Reviews UN nation-building efforts to transform unstable countries into democratic, peaceful, and prosperous partners, and compares those efforts to US led missions.  再读一些...

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