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Aditi Gorur quoted in Associated Press on UN Peacekeeping in Haiti

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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Security Council voted unanimously Thursday to end the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti in mid-October after 13 years, sending a strong signal that the international community believes the impoverished Caribbean nation is stabilizing after successful elections.

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Aditi Gorur, who researches peacekeeping issues as a director of the Washington-based Stimson Center think tank, said that a 13-year year stabilization mission may seem like a long time, “but creating a stable peace with an inclusive government is a decades-long endeavor” in troubled countries.

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