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Multinational Force and Its Mandate for Peacekeeping Term Paper

… Multinational Force and Its Mandate for Peacekeeping

Reasons for creation of MFO

The origin of Multinational Force and Observers -- MFO is traced back to the Annex I to the Treaty of Peace captioned 'Protocol Concerning Israeli Withdrawal and Security Arrangements'. (History: Multinational Force and Observers) The geographical area demarcated under Annex I is split into four zones. The Zones A, B, and C. lie in the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt and Zone D. In Israel. C and D. Zones are coterminous with the International border. This Annex also involves the post-withdrawal levels of military personnel and equipment permitted in each Zone and in Article VI it is envisaged that both Parties would request the United Nations to entail a force and observers to coordinate…. [read more]


Peacekeeping in the Caucuses Thesis

… Peacekeeping in the Caucuses

History provides the world with constant subjects for debate and for actions needed to be taken in order to improve the lives of those who are in pain. At the same time though, history has also been the source of tremendous legacies in terms of conflict, ethnic disturbances, as well as social and ethnic inequality. The examples are many and they can be seen as clearly indicating the fact that history is a continuous process which constructs the present and the future of our society. Thus, the conflicts from Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa, Liberia, Chad, and Kosovo all consist of evidence to support the idea that indeed actions from the past are always shaping the future.

One of the most interesting…. [read more]


Haiti and UN Peacekeeping Missions Term Paper

… Haiti and UN peacekeeping Missions

The latest era of the UN presence in Haiti started during September 1991 at the time when President Aristide's democratically elected administration was ousted a military government under the leadership of General Raoul Cedras and compelled to flee. The reaction of the international community was quick and started a three-year process of sanctions and negotiations with the military government prior to President Aristide's ultimate return to power during 1994. The reaction of the Organization of the American States -- OAS and the Caribbean Community -- CARICOM was particularly strong, prompted by the OAS's fresh dedication to the strengthening of the representative democracy in the region and the important contribution of the two organizations in easing and supervising the election in…. [read more]


Evaluating United Nations Peacekeeping Operations Capstone Project

… ¶ … United Nations Peacekeeping Operations:

The Prospects For Peace And Equitable Development In The 21st Century

The United Nations (UN) is a supranational body composed of constituent member states. As a multinational organization which espouses universal values, rights and responsibilities (as embodied in the United Nations Charter of Human Rights), the United Nations serves to safeguard human rights and security across the global community. Established in the wake of the Second World War, the United Nations was created to ensure that the horrors of that conflict never happen again. As such, the protection and promotion of human security is an important goal of the United Nations.

Accordingly, peacekeeping has been at the heart of United Nations global endeavors since 1948 and continues to be…. [read more]


United Nations Missions in Haiti Research Paper

… United Nations Missions in Haiti

The United Nations has been one of the most controversial and at the same time important constructions of the 20th century in terms of the study of international relations. It has been a constant subject for study and interpretation, for criticism and admiration; still, the peace related missions extended throughout the world since 1945 offered a proof of the UN's dedicated goal for humanity and peace. In this sense, one of the most significant missions the UN has deployed in its history is in Haiti, a country torn by war and civil unrest, with human losses and financial distress. However, the UN presence in the country, in different forms, shapes, and mandates has been the cornerstone of the country's attempt…. [read more]


Peace Freedom Is the Foundation Term Paper

… Borno ruled without the benefit of a legislature, which had been dissolved in 1917 under Dartiguenave, until elections were again permitted in 1930. The legislature, after several ballots, elected mulatto Stenio Vincent to the presidency.

The occupation of Haiti continued after World War I, despite the embarrassment that it caused Woodrow Wilson at the Paris peace conference in 1919, and the scrutiny of a congressional inquiry in 1922. By 1930, President Herbert Hoover had become concerned about the effects of the occupation, particularly after a December 1929 incident in Les Cayes in which marines killed at least ten Haitian peasants during a march to protest local economic conditions. Hoover appointed two commissions to study the situation. A former governor general of the Philippines, W. Cameron…. [read more]


Strategic Assessment of International Policing Essay

… Changing Paradigm in International Policing: A Strategic Assessment Paper on International Policing in the Contemporary Environment

The first United Nations peacekeeping mission was dispatched to the Middle East in 1948. it's mission was "(Desiring) to bring about a cessation of the hostilities in Palestine without prejudice to the rights, claims and position of either Arabs or Jews."

The role of the military looking peacekeeping forces was not to engage in military action, or to choose one -side over the other, but by their presence to represent the member nation states of the United Nations in its role to negotiate, first, a cease fire, and, subsequently, to engage the warring Arabs and Jews in non-violent conflict resolution. Non-violent conflict resolution has been the weighty undertaking of…. [read more]


United Nations in East Timor Successes and Failures Essay

… ¶ … peacekeeping missions of the United Nations in East Timor ultimately turned out to be more or less unique in terms of the history of UN actions. A quick review of the specific details is necessary to analyze the UN's achievements in East Timor more closely. East Timor had been a former Portuguese colony on the divided island of Timor: West Timor had been an Indonesian territory. (The island is divided in a way that recalls other island territories like Papua-New Guinea, or the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, divided between two sovereign nations, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.) After the mid-1970s collapse of Portugal's fascist regime (which had been in place since before World War Two) East Timor was poised for the usual rigmarole…. [read more]


Joint Interoperability Literature Seeking Research Proposal

… Joint Interoperability

Review of the Literature

Seeking to Define and Understand Joint Interoperability

Fundamental Challenges

Lack of Fully Integrated Interoperable Communication Systems

Problem for Military Joint Interoperability Spans Decades

Network Centric Warfare Plays a Prominent/Dominant Role in Emerging Joint Operations

JOINT INTEROPERABILITY

The objective of this study is to examine the definitions and applications of 'joint interoperability' in terms of what joint interoperability means and what it is perceived to mean in terms of benefits and outcomes in the United States Armed Forces and the different divisions of forces in their interactions with one another during actionable crisis and war actions.

STATEMENT of the PROBLEM

The military's purchase and deployment of information systems has been ad hoc and in a hodge-podge manner and has been…. [read more]


Russia's Foreign Policy Towards Germany's Demand for a Permanent Seat in the UN Security Council Term Paper

… Russia's foreign policy towards Germany's demand for a permanent seat in the UN Security Council

The Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union may have been consigned to the historical dustbins of failed experiments, but the Russia that emerged from these fiascoes retains many of the same problems and foreign policy goals of its former empire. Likewise, the Germany of today may not resemble the divided nations that existed a few years ago, but its foreign policy goals have changed in substantive ways. As the nations of Europe continue their inexorable march towards a United States of Europe (GmbH), Germany stands to play an increasingly important role in world affairs, challenging the former Soviet Union's global leadership role in unprecedented ways. Clearly, there are some fundamental…. [read more]


Japan's Current and Politic Term Paper

… In the later part of April, 2005 great anti-Japan protests were demonstrated in China. (UN Security Council: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

About ten thousand tough demonstrations were made on April 9th in Beijing, opposing the World War II records of Japan in China and its claim for a permanent membership in the UN Security Council. The demonstrators hide the Japanese Embassy and the residence of Japanese Ambassador with rocks and bottles and cans. They also damaged the windows of a Japanese restaurant. Agence France- Presse pointed out that the Japanese Foreign Ministry regarded the campaign to be extremely regrettable. (Chinese protests against Japan becoming permanent member of UN Security Council) The influence of the demonstrations has varied effects but incorporates the anxiety between Japan and…. [read more]

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