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Sanctions by the UN

Sanctions by the UN Some think the let-down of UN peacekeeping and peace enforcement in the 1990s caused an improved dependence on sanctions. This can…

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UN Peacekeeping

UN peacekeeping has undergone a procedure of progression from simpler safeguard type forces forced between hostile forces to support a cease-fire to more intricate multidimensional…

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Rwanda and Srebrenica

Rwanda and Srebrenica: While examining the evolution of UN peacekeeping two cases stand out. Out of the more than fifty cases since 1945 these two…

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The Growing Regionalization of UN Peacekeeping

The Growing Regionalization of UN Peacekeeping The United Nations have been criticised on many grounds as far as the peacekeeping operations are concerned. There have…

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United Nations for Collective Security

United Nations for Collective Security The end of World War I saw the formation of League of Nations founded on the points laid out Woodrow…

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Resurgence of UN Peacekeeping in the New Millennium

Resurgence of UN Peacekeeping in the New Millennium: After the let-downs in Rwanda and Yugoslavia during the 1990s, there was a major downscaling of the…

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Issues faced by Peacekeeping and Enforcement Operations

Issues faced by Peacekeeping and Enforcement Operations: Peacekeeping or chapter VI operations more often than not deals with a situation in which the approval of…

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The Expectation and Evolution of UN Peacekeeping

Evolution of UN Peacekeeping: UN peacekeeping has undergone a procedure of progression from simpler safeguard type forces forced between hostile forces to support a cease-fire…

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Soviet Control: Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans

Stalinist economic system began to stagnate in USSR and Europe by late 1950s and they could not deliver all that was promised. This was truer…

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World Wars: Causes and Effects IV

Causes Practices and effects of wars 4: Effects of War Effects of war are both long term and short term and they are wide spread….

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World Wars: Causes and Effects III

Causes practices and effects of wars-3: Nature of Warfare Warfare changed a lot during the 20th century. There were so many changes in the world…

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World Wars: Causes and Effects II

Causes, practices and effects of wars-II: Wars were widespread in the 20th century. The causes and practises of the war differed. The effects of wars…

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World Wars: Causes and Effects I

Causes, practices and effects of wars-I: Wars were widespread in the 20th century. The causes and practises of the war differed. The effects of wars…

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Afghan War (Part II)

The battle of Shopian happened between the Sikh Empire and Jabbar Khan, the then governor of the Durrani Empire province of Kashmir on 3rd July…

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Arab–Israeli Conflict

Arab–Israeli Conflict The Arab –Israeli conflict which started soon after the Second World War, in reality continues till date.  It was its peak between 1945…

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Palestinian Arabs and the British

The Arabs and the British had a long standing relationship. Arabs had helped the British to capture the Ottoman Empire. So the British favoured a…

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The Afghan Civil War

Afghan Civil War started after the Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan and it left the Afghan communist government to protect themselves from the Mujahideen. The…

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Afghan War (Part I)

Afghanistan has been a geographical area which is marked by strife and struggle in the form of battles, civil wars and terrorism.  Afghanistan was a…

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