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Lecture 17 : Peacekeeping 25 February 2011
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Defining Peacekeeping Peacekeeping An operation that  typically follows  conclusion of a war in  which combatants  have agree to end the  fighting and have  invited the neutral  party to help them  sustain the peace.
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Types of Peacekeeping  Missions Monitoring or Observer Mission : Monitor a truce/help negotiate a peace treaty Traditional Peacekeeping : Deployment of military units, usually to establish a  buffer zone and disarm combatants Multidimensional Peacekeeping : Implement a comprehensive negotiated settlement  involving reconstruction of society, economy, and  political system Peace Enforcement : Military intervention sanctioned by UN, designed to  impose public order by force with or w/o consent of  hosts
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Illustrative Examples Korean War 1950/53 – Peace  enforcement Iraq 1990/1991 – Peace enforcement 
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