Blue Helmets : A Review of United Nations Peace-keeping. Third Edition, Paperback.

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[United Nations]. The Blue Helmets : A Review of United Nations Peace-keeping. New York, NY : Published by the United Nations Department of Public Information, (1996). Third Edition. Pp. (3),iv-xvi,[1]-808. Double colum. Large 8vo, grey card covers with blue lettering to front cover and spine. "The third edition of 'The Blue Helmets' is a unique publication, containing themain facts of 41 United Nations peace-keeping operations from 1948 through early 1996. Wearing their familiar blue helmets or blue berets, military p ersonnel serving as United Nations peace-keepers are increasingly being joined by civilian colleagues. Together, they have been given ever more challenging mandates. United Nations peace-keeping operations have supervised cease-fires and the separation of forces; they have helped promote national reconciliation and respect for human rights; and they have organized and monitored elections. Humanitarian tasks have also been brought within the purview of peace-keeping." 0 from the rear cover. Contents: 1. UNTSO: United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, June 1948-; 2. UNMOGIP: United NationsMilitary Observer Group in India and Pakistan, January 1949-; 3. UNEF I: F Irst United Nations Emergency Force, November 1956-June 1967; 4. UNOGIL: United Nations Observation Group in Lebanon, June 1958-December 1958; 5. ONUC: United Nations Operation in the Congo, June 1960-June 1964; 6. UNSF: United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea (West Irian) October 1962-April 1963; 7. UNYOM: United Nations Yemen Observation Mission, July 1963-September 1964; 8. UNFICYP: United Nations Peace-keeping Force in Cyprus, March 1964-; 9. DOMREP: Mission of the Representative of the Secretary-General inthe Dominican Republic, May 1965-October 1966; 10. UNIPOM: United Nations India-Pakistan Observation Mission, September 1965-March 1966; 11. UNEF II:Second United Nations Emergency Force, October 1973-July 1979; 12. UNDOF: United Nations Disengagement Observer Force, June 1974; 13. UNIFIL: United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, March 1978-; 14. UNGOMAP: United Nations Good Offices Mission in Afghanistan and Pakistan, May 1988-March 1990; 15. UNIIMOG: United Nations Iran-Iraq Military Observer Group, August 1988-February 1991; 16. UNAVEM I: United Nations Angola Verification Mission I, January 1989-May 1991; 17. UNTAG: United Nations Transition Assistance Group, April 1989-March 1990; 18. ONUCA: United Nations Observer Group in Central America, November 1989-January 1992; 19. UNIKOM: United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission, April 1991-; 20. UNAVEM II: United Nations Angola Verification Mission II, May 1991-February 1995; 21. ONUSAL: United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador, July 1991-April 1995; 22. MINURSO: United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara, April 1991-; 23. UNAMIC:United Nations Advance Mission in Cambodia, October 1991-March 1992; 24. U NPROFOR: United Nations Protection Force, March 1992-December 1995; 25. UNTAC: United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia, March 1992-September1993; 26. UNOSOM I: United Nations Operatino in Somalia I, April 1992-Marc h 1993; 27. ONUMOZ: United Nations Operation in Mozambique, December 1992-December 1994; 28. UNOSOM II: United Nations Operation in Somalia II, March 1993-March 1995; 29. UNOMUR: United Nations Observer Mission Uganda-Rwanda,June 1993-September 1994; 30. UNOMIG: United Nations Observer Mission in G eorgia, August 1993-; 31. UNOMIL: United Nations Observer Mission in Liberia, September 1993-; 32. UNMIH: United Nations Mission in Haiti, September 1993-June 1996; 33. UNAMIR: United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda, October 1993-March 1996; 34. UNASOG: United Nations Aouzou Strip Observer Group, May 1994-June 1994; 35. UNMOT: United Nations Mission of Observers in Tajikistan, December 1994-; 36. UNAVEM III: United Nations Angola Verification Mission III, February 1995-; 37. UNCRO: United Nations Confidence Restoration Operation in Croatia, March 1995-January 1996; 38. UNPREDEP: United Nations Preventive Deployment Force, March 1995-; 39. UNMIBH: United NationsMission in Bosnia and Herzegovina; 40. UNTAES: United Nations Transitional Administration fro Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Sirmium, January 1996-; 41. UNMOP: United Nations Mission of Observers in Prevlaka. Very good. Due to the weight of this book, extra shipping charges will be necessaryto cover postage costs on international orders. 30.00

Title: Blue Helmets : A Review of United Nations Peace-keeping. Third Edition, Paperback.

Author Name: United Nations].

Categories: 888,

Publisher: United Nations Department of Public Information, New York , NY, 1996, ISBN:9211006112:

Seller ID: 114042

Keywords: PEACEKEEPING PEACE-KEEPING PEACEKEEPERS MIDDLE EAST MILITARY UNITED NATIONS AFRICA YUGOSLAVIA,