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Meeting Notes - August 14, 2002

Economic Agendas in Civil Wars: Defining and Developing the Role of the UN

Alexandra Guaqueta, rapporteur

 

 

Policy recommendations emerging from the Symposium held March 25, 2002, co-organized by the International Peace Academy [now International Peace Institute] and the Fafo Institute for Applied Social Science, Programme for International Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (PICCR) and sponsored by the Government of Norway during its Presidency of the UN Security Council.

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