The Politics of Peace-maintenance
The results of over 50 years of peacekeeping operations - from diplomatic efforts to peace enforcement (the use of military force) - have made it clear that a new international political capability is required to manage internal conflicts. That capability is introduced and explored in this work.
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Establishing Political Authority in PeaceMaintenance
Organizing Civil Administration in PeaceMaintenance
Reestablishing Law and Order in PeaceMaintenance
Asserting Humanitarianism in PeaceMaintenance
Providing Military Security in PeaceMaintenance
Accepting External Authority in PeaceMaintenance
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