Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 7, 2007)
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What distinguishes a peace enforcement operation from an invasion? this question has been requested with specific vehemence because the US intervention in Iraq, however it faces all army operations looking to impose peace in nations torn through civil conflict. This e-book highlights the serious function of foreign companies (IOs) as gatekeepers to overseas legitimacy for contemporary peace enforcement operations. the writer analyses 5 operations introduced via 4 IOs: the ECOWAS intervention in Liberia, the SADC operations within the Democratic Republic of Congo and Lesotho, the NATO Kosovo crusade and the UN intervention in East Timor. In these types of campaigns, lead states sought IO mandates essentially to set up the foreign legitimacy in their interventions. The proof means that diplomacy are based by way of in general permitted principles, that either democratic and authoritarian states care concerning the overseas legitimacy in their activities, and that IOs have a key functionality in global politics.