"In many ways the Gulf War has been a disaster for the Arab World" says the author of this fact-filled, carefully balanced, and yet provocative study.
The United States Institute of Peace brought together National Peace Accord officials, United Nations and Organization of African Unity officials, political party representatives, and representatives of conflict resolution non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for a public workshop in late July 1993 to discuss the linkages between the international community and the Peace Accord structures.
The turmoil in Yugoslavia, the rebellions of the Kurds and Shi’is in Iraq, the ongoing struggle in South Africa—ethnic conflict continues unabated in many areas of the world. To help us understand the persistence of such conflict, this pioneering work analyzes ethnopolitical conflict in every region of the globe. An ambitious and unprecedented effort, it provides a comprehensive survey of 233 politically active communal groups, plus in-depth assessments of ethnic tensions in the western democ...
Rapprochement Between East and West Germany, the United States and China, Israel and Egypt
Theory and Practice in Foreign Policy
Summary The civil war in Mozambique has left hundreds of thousands dead and caused five million Mozambicans to flee their homes, about one third of whom found refuge in neighboring countries. This carnage and devastation was inflicted on a nation that was already desperately poor. Most observers doubted that a peace agreement could be reached with the unpredictable rebels. When the fifty page agreement was signed, most Mozambicans and international experts doubted that the ceasefire would ...
Starting in October 1992 the U.S. Institute of Peace orgnized a series of meetings to address the crisis in Somalia. The meetings included several former Somali ambassadors, a retired general of the Somali army, several professors, a physician, leaders of NGOs, and other professionals.
George examines seven cases--from Pearl Harbor to the Persian Gulf--in which the United States has used coercive diplomacy in the past half-century
Commission of Inquiry: International Commission of Investigation on Human Rights Violations in Rwanda Since October 1, 1990 Duration: 1993 Charter: No formal charter Commissioners: 10 Report: Public report
Commission of Inquiry: The Special Prosecution Process by the Office of the Special Prosecutor Duration: 1993 – 2007(?) Charter: Proclamation No. 22/1992 Commissioners: more than 400 staff at peak Report: [Public report on first year of activities]