International Intervention and its Aftermath

@inproceedings{Caplan2004InternationalIA,
  title={International Intervention and its Aftermath},
  author={R. Caplan},
  year={2004}
}
The end of the twentieth century has witnessed one of the boldest experiments in the management and settlement of intra-state conflict: the United Nations administration of war-torn territories.1 First in Kosovo and then in East Timor, the UN has assumed responsibility for the governance of conflict-ridden territories to a degree unprecedented for the world organisation. No peacekeeping or state-building operation in the history of the UN has ever been vested with as much executive, legislative… Expand

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