Peacekeeping Operations and the Quest for Peace
Paul F. Diehl analyzes the conditions that make for success or failure in peacekeeping operations. He concludes that operations are more successful when all combatants, including third parties, cooperate and the conflict is not a civil war. He further argues that superpower behavior has a minimal role once the operation has begun, but the location of deployment and the neutrality of the peacekeeping troops are significant.
Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention, Séverine Autesserre Reviewed by Paul F. Diehl
How Rivalries End, Sumit Ganguly, William R. Thompson and Karen Rasler Reviewed by Paul F. Diehl
Casualties of the New World Order: The Causes of Failure of UN Missions to Civil Wars, Michael Wesley Reviewed by Paul F. Diehl
The New UN Peacekeeping: Building Peace in Lands of Conflict After the Cold War, Steven R. Ratner Reviewed by Paul F. Diehl
Ghosts of Arms Control Past, Paul F. Diehlmore by this author
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