A Continuation of Politics Other Means: The Politics of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-93) by Boraden Nhem

ISBN: 9781584874799

Published: January 1st 2011

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71 pages


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A Continuation of Politics  by  Other Means: The Politics of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-93) by Boraden Nhem

A Continuation of Politics by Other Means: The Politics of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-93) by Boraden Nhem
January 1st 2011 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 71 pages | ISBN: 9781584874799 | 5.63 Mb

Since the establishment of the United Nations (UN) in 1945, 63 peacekeeping missions have been authorized by UN mandate. Some fell directly under the UN, and others were conducted under UN authorization by lead nations. The mandates have beenMoreSince the establishment of the United Nations (UN) in 1945, 63 peacekeeping missions have been authorized by UN mandate.

Some fell directly under the UN, and others were conducted under UN authorization by lead nations. The mandates have been justified under UN Charter VI, “Pacific Settlement of Disputes,” and Chapter VII, “Action with Respect to Threats to the Peace, Breaches of the Peace, and Acts of Aggression.”1 Regardless of intent, the UN record in peacekeeping is one of mixed success.

Numerous reasons for the failed or less than successful peacekeeping missions are offered: vague or weak mandates, conflicting objectives, ambiguous rules of engagement (ROE), and unanticipated spoilers rank high among these. This paper uses the UN Cambodian peacekeeping mission of 1992-93, considered a great success by many, to examine the complexities involved in UN peacekeeping missions and to illustrate the primacy of the political context in determining success.



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