United Nations Peace-Keeping

  title={United Nations Peace-Keeping},
  author={D. Bowett},
  journal={International Relations},
  pages={756 - 765}
  • D. Bowett
  • Published 1971
  • Political Science
  • International Relations
The immediate causes of this transformation are known well enough. In brief, the Congo crisis revealed a dispute over the political direction or control of the U.N. Force, ONUC, which led to Soviet refusal to finance the operations: this aggravated the preexisting position over the financing of UNEF. Thus a financial crisis resulted which produced a direct challenge to the authority of the General Assembly, a challenge rejected by the International Court of Justice’ but which the Soviet bloc… Expand
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's Summary Study on the Experience of UNEF, A/3943
    And see the full discussion of the whole problem by Goldmann
      Security Council Resolution S/5002 of 24