United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Ad Hoc Missions, Permanent Engagement

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Index
Abkhazia, Russian peacekeeping operations 86–88
Aceh, humanitarian pause 39
Africa
African Crisis Response Initiative 110, 143
African Legion 6, 122–123, 125
conflict termination 119–123
criticism of UN failure to act 21–22, 220
doctrinal development 115–119
P3 initiative 109–111
regional organizations 100–125
Aliev, Geidar 96
Angola, peacekeeping operations 101
Annan, Kofi
appointment of Brahimi panel 19, 54, 107–108, 242
call for regional leadership 166
improving coordination between UN departments 54–55
increase in civilian casualties 222–223
inquiry into Rwandan genocide 223–224
Millennium Report 240, 251
peacekeeping operations in Sierra Leone 107, 129
reform of United Nations 244
responsibility for Srebrenica 16
support for Brahimi Report 243
views on state sovereignty 215, 223, 235
Asia Pacific region, threats to stability 182
Australian Defence Force 39
Australian Federal Police, role in East
Timor 8, 189–206
Beirut, Multinational Force 10–11
Bernadotte, Count 47
Bosnia-Herzegovina
see also former Yugoslavia
ethnic conflict 28
failure of UN operations 12–13
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros
An Agenda for Peace 16, 150, 238, 239–241, 245
call for rapid-response forces 166
criticism of UN failure to act in Africa 220
hopes for new world order 4
shift towards peace enforcement 242
views on state sovereignty 223
Brahimi, Lakhdar 54, 183, 242
Brahimi Report 54–56, 108, 154, 242–249, 253
brigade-sized standby forces 114
civilian police operations 183
legal framework 21
minimum required reformagenda 8–9
recommendations 244–245
regional consultation 245–248

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