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n Conflict Trends - Brahimi report

Volume 2001, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

Abstract

It is common knowledge that some United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations have, in the past, found it difficult to accomplish their objectives. The UN has often found itself unable to respond effectively to situations where one of the parties was not seriously committed to ending the conflict. This specifically relates to deployments where conflict did not result in victory for a particular side, and where a military stalemate or international pressure (or both) brought fighting to a halt, but at least one of the conflicting parties was not seriously committed to ending the confrontation. On African soil, Rwanda, Somalia and Angola are cases in point.

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