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U.N. Peacekeeping: Lessons Learned in Managing Missions in Cambodia and Somalia
Harold J. Johnson (au)
The U.N. Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) and the U.N. Operation in Somalia (UNOSOM) endeavored to bring peace to nations where millions died from civil war. As of 1993, UNTAC and UNOSOM were tasked with the most comprehensive objectives ever given to peacekeeping missions and authorized budgets exceeding $1 billion. These missions thus provide an excellent opportunity to examine the U.N.äóÖs management of peacekeeping. In 1993 Congress requested an examination of UNTACäó»S operations. This report is based largely on that examination. In addition, it made limited analysis of UNOSOM, but did not conduct a field visit to the country. The specific objectives of this report were to (1) describe the results of UNTAC through July 1993; (2) study the U.N.äó»s capability to manage operations such as UNTAC and UNOSOM; (3) examine peacekeeping command in the field; and (4) examine peacekeeping mandates. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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