Peace Enforcement: The United Nations Experience in Congo, Somalia, and Bosnia

Peace Enforcement: The United Nations Experience in Congo, Somalia, and Bosnia

Peace Enforcement: The United Nations Experience in Congo, Somalia, and Bosnia

Peace Enforcement: The United Nations Experience in Congo, Somalia, and Bosnia

Synopsis

The United Nations is being called upon more and more to participate in situations that fall somewhere between peacekeeping and full-scale enforcement operations, such as those in Korea during the 1950s and the Persian Gulf in 1991. Such efforts have come to be termed as "peace enforcement" operations. Three case studies in which the United Nations used this type of force are examined: the early 1960s UN operation in the Congo (ONUC); the UN operations in Somalia (UNITAF and UNOSOM); and the mission in Bosnia (UNPROFOR). Until now, no single investigation had considered these three case studies from the viewpoint of determining the advantages and disadvantages involved in using peace enforcement as a way of dealing with international peace and security issues.
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