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dc.contributor.advisorDugas, John
dc.contributor.authorCherne, Natalie
dc.description90 p.en_US
dc.description.abstractThis study explores factors that could most likely facilitate a successful UN peacekeeping mission through analyzing three case studies. Kosovo, Croatia, and Mozambique are used to determine which factors matter most in a successful mission. Most scholars agree that all three cases are considered successful UN peacekeeping missions; hence a careful comparison of the presence or absence of hypothesized facilitating factors across all three cases isolates those factors most likely to contribute to success.en_US
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dc.titleUN Peacekeeping Missions What Makes Them Successfulen_US
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