Cambodia: A Case Study in the Evolution of United Nations Peace-Keeping
The fact that the majority of my research for this project was undertaken at the United Nations ensures that I had no shortage of massive amounts of information pertaining to Cambodia. Any oversight or omission in structuring and presenting the background information on UN involvement in Cambodia is mine alone. One key problem with the project was that even though my research ended with my internship at the United Nations Institute of Training and Research (UNITAR), the progress and activities of UNTAC continued. Due to the time limits of my internship I chose to end my formal research on the development of UN activities in Cambodia on February 15, 1993. Therefore, while much more occurred following the completion of this project, further developments remain beyond the scope of this project.
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