Somalia and the Changing Nature of Peacekeeping
The Implications for CanadaUnknown - 1997
This study examines the changing nature of UN peacekeeping operations, with particular emphasis on the Somalia experience. The study also explores the implications of the changing nature of peacekeeping for Canadian foreign and defense policy. The author concludes that structural factors in the form of the changing nature of peacekeeping operations can not fully or adequately explain the incidents of misconduct by members of the Airborne Battle Group in Somalia. The author recommends that Canada continue to participate in UN peacekeeping operations as they remain consistent with Canadian foreign policy interests in the post-Cold War world."
Publisher: Ottawa : Minister of Public Works and Government Services, c1997
Branch Call Number: 327.172 Sen
Characteristics: xii, 145 p