The UN's Role in Nation-Building: From the Congo to Iraq
Rand Corporation, 29 Mar 2001 - 318 sayfa
Reviews UN efforts to transform eight unstable countries into democratic, peaceful, and prosperous partners, and compares those missions with U.S. nation-building operations. The UN provides the most suitable institutional framework for nation-building missions that require fewer than 20,000 men-one with a comparatively low cost structure, a comparatively high success rate, and the greatest degree of international legitimacy.
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Congo
Chapter Three Namibia
Chapter Four El Salvador
Chapter Five Cambodia
Chapter Six Mozambique
Chapter Seven Eastern Slavonia
Chapter Eight Sierra Leone
Afghanistan African Agreement armed forces assistance authority Belgian Bosnia Cambodia cease-ﬁre challenges civil administration civilian police coalition combat component conﬂict Congo Congolese Croatian government Defense demobilization democracy democratic deployed Development difﬁcult disarmament Doyle East Timor Eastern Slavonia ECOMOG economic El Salvador elections established ﬁeld ﬁnance ﬁnancial ﬁrst FMLN Fund Haiti human rights humanitarian Ianuary Iapan Indonesian inﬂuence institutions INTERFET Ioint Iraq Iuly Iune Katanga Khmer Rouge Kosovo Lumumba mandate ment military forces militia monitor Mozambique Namibia nation-building missions nation-building operations Ofﬁce ofﬁcers ofﬁcials ofthe ONUC ONUMOZ ONUSAL organized oversee parties peacekeeping percent personnel police force political post-conﬂict Public Information reconstruction refugees regime reintegration RENAMO Report role Salvador Salvadoran Secretary-General Security Council Resolution Serbs Sierra Leone signiﬁcant soldiers Somalia South successful Timorese tion troops UN-led UNAMSIL United Nations United Nations Department United Nations Mission UNTAC UNTAES UNTAET UNTAG World Bank