Somalia and the Changing Nature of Peacekeeping: The Implications for Canada
A Study Prepared for the Commission of Inquiry into the Deployment of Canadian Forces to Somalia
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Written by Allen G. Sens. Produced by the Commission of Inquiry into the Deployment of Canadian Forces to Somalia.
Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1997.
|This study examines the changing nature of UN peacekeeping
operations, with particular emphasis on the Somalia experience. The study also
explores the implications of the changing nature of peacekeeping for Canadian
foreign and defence policy. The book examines traditional peacekeeping during
the Cold War; the changing nature of international conflict; the changing
nature of peacekeeping; the lessons and implications of the United Nations and
Somalia; peacemaking, the Somalia experience, and Canada; and a set of general
conclusions. A must for political science teachers and majors, sociology
professors and students, military administrators and lawyers, and members of
the United Nations and NGOs.
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