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Notes # 30 reading - 1. Introduction: Time since WWII a....

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1. Introduction: Time since WWII a. United Nations and United States i. United nations: international organization dependent on its members for the purpose of nation building 1. Members not willing to commit the manpower or the money 2. Small and weak forces are deployed ii. United states: superpower commanding abundant resources of its own and having access to many nations and institutions 1. Establish a stable environment and to deter resistance from forming 2. Interventions 3. Have proved to be unable to establish a secure environment 4. b. Nations building: the use of armed force in the aftermath of a crisis to promote a transition to democracy 2. Inputs and Outputs a. UN Experiences i. Congo 1960 ii. Namibia iii. El Salvador iv. Cambodia v. Mozambique vi. Eastern Slavonia in Croatia vii. Sierra Leone viii. East Timor b. US Experience i. West Germany and Japan ii. Somalia iii. Haiti iv. Bosnia v. Kosovo vi. Afghanistan and Iraq, but failed c. Nation building in terms of inputs and outputs
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