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Sanctions by the UN
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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 be viewed as a procedure of forced negotiation and which signifies a negative form of action that can be used for both discouraging and compelling. For example, a war which…

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Rwanda and Srebrenica
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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 cases calls for special attention and that is the genocide that happened in Rwanda in 1994 and the brutal killing of about eight thousand Bosnian Moslems in Srebrenica in Bosnia…

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Domestic policies and impact
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Domestic Policies and Impacts

Domestic Policies and Impacts Domestic policies and impact: Single Party states came up after the European countries gave up their control over the countries in Asia and Africa. The new states were greatly influenced by communism and even the dictatorial rule in Germany, Italy, Cuba and many other places. Some of these states tried to…

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World Wars: Causes and Effects IV
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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. What happens to the soldiers and civilians are different, nevertheless both suffer in times of war. The wars of the twentieth century were lead by WWI and WWII. Scores of…

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World Wars Causes and Effects III
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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 in the field of technology and communication. This naturally affected warfare too. New arms and ammunitions were invented. What was used in one part of the world was known in…

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