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International Peace Keeping : Building on the Cambodian Experience

£24.99

Product description

The UN is being increasingly called upon to deal with problems throughout the world. An important role has been played by international peacekeeping forces in countries worldwide. Australia and many of its regional neighbours have been major contributors to UN and other peacekeeping operations. Drawing especially on the lessons learned from the Cambodian operation (UNTAC) which was commanded by the Australian Lieutenant General John Sanderson, the chapters in this book take a critical look at the many different aspects of peacekeeping. Included with this copy is some correspondence between the UK naval officer who owned the book (Commander Ian Vosper), the naval officer who gave it to him (Group Captain Gordon Gilbert of the Royal United Service Institute for Defence Studies), and also some handwritten notes on the topic.
The paperback covers are slightly worn and bent along the edges. The pages are clean.

Item details

Added value:
Some related correspondence enclosed
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1994
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
252
Publisher:
Australian Defence Studies Centre

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About this item

The UN is being increasingly called upon to deal with problems throughout the world. An important role has been played by international peacekeeping forces in countries worldwide. Australia and many of its regional neighbours have been major contributors to UN and other peacekeeping operations. Drawing especially on the lessons learned from the Cambodian operation (UNTAC) which was commanded by the Australian Lieutenant General John Sanderson, the chapters in this book take a critical look at the many different aspects of peacekeeping. Included with this copy is some correspondence between the UK naval officer who owned the book (Commander Ian Vosper), the naval officer who gave it to him (Group Captain Gordon Gilbert of the Royal United Service Institute for Defence Studies), and also some handwritten notes on the topic.
The paperback covers are slightly worn and bent along the edges. The pages are clean.

Added value:
Some related correspondence enclosed
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1994
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
252
Publisher:
Australian Defence Studies Centre

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