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An avoidable failure: peacekeeping in Croatia
; Croatian Catholic University, Zagreb, Republic of Croatia
Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (609 KB)
Miškulin, I. (2011). An avoidable failure: peacekeeping in Croatia. Review of Croatian history, VII(1), 37-77. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/84982
In this work, the author analyses the grounds for establishment of the two peacekeeping operations deployed in Croatia in the early and mid-1990s, as well as implementation of their two most important components and their effect. The author ascertains that these were classic peacekeeping operations based on documents which were drafted by diplomats Cyrus Vance and Marrack Goulding on behalf of the United Nations. Both operations were ultimately assessed as unsuccessful, mostly because they reflected the international community’s ineffective and uncoordinated policy toward Yugoslavia and the states which emerged after its violent disintegration.
Vance Plan; UNPROFOR; UNCRO; peacekeeping operations; Republic of Croatia
Hrčak ID: 84982
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