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Policy Papers - July 15, 2004

EU-UN Partnership in Crisis Management: Developments and Prospects

Alexandra Novosseloff

 
 

 

Meeting Notes - July 14, 2003

2003 Vienna Seminar: Cooperation in Peace Operations

Clara Lee and Alexandra Novosseloff, rapporteurs

 
 

 

Books - June 15, 2003

The United Nations and Regional Security: Europe and Beyond

Michael Pugh and Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu, eds. (Lynne Rienner, 2003)

 
 

 

Books - October 19, 2001

Kosovo: An Unfinished Peace

William G. O'Neill (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001)

 
 

 

Books - October 19, 2001

Toward Peace in Bosnia: Implementing the Dayton Accords

Elizabeth M. Cousens and Charles K. Cater (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001)

 
 

 

Policy Papers - August 15, 2001

Kosovo in Limbo: Statebuilding and "Substantial Autonomy"

Simon Chesterman

 
 

 

Meeting Notes - July 14, 1999

Cooperation Between the UN and NATO: Quo Vadis?

Derek Boothby, rapporteur

 
 

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