Making War and Building Peace

Making War and Building Peace

The author analyses the effectiveness of United Nations peacekeeping missions in building peace after civil war. The text utilizes statistical analysis of civil wars since 1945 to compare the outcomes of peace processes, including UN peacekeeping missions.

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