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Books - May 20, 2008

Peacekeeping in Sierra Leone: The Story of UNAMSIL

This publication is part of the Peace Operations Histories [read more about this publication series]

Funmi Olonisakin

 

 

The first in a series of inside histories, Peacekeeping in Sierra Leone relates how a small country's one insignificant in the strategic considerations of the world powers' propelled the United Nations to center stage in a crisis that called its very authority into question; and how the UN mission in Sierra Leone was transformed from its nadir into what is now widely considered one of the most successful peacekeeping missions in UN history.

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