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Peace Support Operations: Lessons Learned and Future Perspectives


Kurt R. Spillmann, Thomas Bernauer, Jürg Matin Gabriel and Andreas Wenger

Contents: Mats Berdal: United Nations Peace Operations: The Brahimi Report in Context – John Mackinlay: The Development of Peacekeeping Forces – Wolfgang Biermann: UN, OSCE and NATO: International Division of Labor in Peace Support Operations – Michael Pugh: Civil-Military Relations in International Peace Operations – Bernard Kouchner: A First-Hand Perspective from Kosovo – Klaus Reinhardt: Lessons Learned as Commander KFOR in Kosovo – Jakob Kellenberger: Humanitarian Aspects of International Peace Support Operations: The Experience of the International Committee of the Red Cross – Leonidas A. Evangelidis: International Stabilization and Peace Support: What the European Union Can Contribute – James Appathurai: Peace Support Operations in the Balkans: The NATO Experience – Günther Greindl: Recent Experience with Peace Support Operations: Austria’s View – Bruno Lezzi: Experience as a Newcomer: Switzerland’s Contribution to International Peace Support Operations – Bruno Rösli: Training Soldiers for Peace Support Operations: New Training Requirements and Switzerland’s Approach.