‘In the very eye of the storm’: India, the UN, and the Lebanon crisis of 1958

  title={‘In the very eye of the storm’: India, the UN, and the Lebanon crisis of 1958},
  author={Swapna Kona Nayudu},
  journal={Cold War History},
  pages={221 - 237}
Abstract This paper effectively provides the view from New Delhi of the crisis in Lebanon in 1958, UN intervention in the conflict, and subsequent peacekeeping in the region. The account uses archival material from the National Archives of India, the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi, the UNARMS, the National Archives, UK, and published primary material. Most significantly, the paper revisits the memoirs of Ambassador Rajeshwar Dayal (the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative… 
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