Marrack Goulding joined the United Nations as the Under-Secretary-General in charge of peacekeeping operations in 1986, at a time of intense optimism. With the thawing of the Cold War it seemed that at last the UN could concentrate on the real issues affecting the world: preventing and resolving conflict and fighting poverty, disease, injustice and crime. At first there were spectacular successes - the withdrawl of Soviet troops from Afghanistan, the Iran-Iraq ceasefire, the liberation of Kuwait, and peace settlements in ...

Peacemonger 2003, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801878589

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Peacemonger 2002, John Murray Publishers, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780719555404

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