Corpus ID: 150904241

Peacekeeping: the Way Ahead?

  title={Peacekeeping: the Way Ahead?},
  author={W. H. Lewis and J. Ruggie and J. Mackinlay and Brian Urquhart},
  • W. H. Lewis, J. Ruggie, +1 author Brian Urquhart
  • Published 1993
  • Political Science
  • Abstract : The period since the end of the Cold War has witnessed a dramatic growth in the number of multilateral military operations, most loosely linked with the generic term 'peacekeeping.' The overwhelming majority of these operations have taken place under the auspices of the United Nations. They are a reflection of the rebirth of tribal nationalism, spreading religious xenophobia, and the threatened impoverishment and disintegration of Third World nation- states that have slipped their… CONTINUE READING
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