International Order & Conflict

The Evolution of UN Peacekeeping: Case Studies and Comparative Analysis

Edited by William J. Durch

This is the first comprehensive post-Cold War assessment of this
important tool of conflict containment, its rapid growth and
development, the factors that make it work, and the new pressures that
place the whole concept at risk. Based on a two-year study for the Ford
Foundation, it includes twenty case studies of UN operations from 1947
to 1991, and is suitable for use in courses on international law and
organization, regional conflict, conflict management, and cooperative
security. Please note that this book incorporates Stimson’s March 1992
out of print Report No. 2: Keeping the Peace: The United Nations in the Emerging World Order, by William J. Durch and Barry M. Blechman.

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