The Good International Citizen: Volume 3, The Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations

The Good International Citizen: Volume 3, The Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations : Australian Peacekeeping in Asia, Africa and Europe 1991-1993

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Volume 3 of the official history of Australian peacekeeping, humanitarian and post-cold war operations explores Australia's involvement in six overseas missions following the end of the Gulf War: Cambodia (1991-99); Western Sahara (1991-94); the former Yugoslavia (1992-2004); Iraq (1991); Maritime Interception Force operations (1991-99); and the contribution to the inspection of weapons of mass destruction facilities in Iraq (1991-99). These missions reflected the increasing complexity of peacekeeping, as it overlapped with enforcement of sanctions, weapons inspections, humanitarian aid, election monitoring and peace enforcement. Granted full access to all relevant Australian Government records, David Horner and John Connor provide readers with a comprehensive and authoritative account of Australia's peacekeeping operations in Asia, Africa and Europe.show more

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  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 1139989758
  • 9781139989756

About David Horner

David Horner is a Professor of Australian Defence History at the Australian National University. Dr John Connor is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of New South Wales.show more

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Part I. Strategy and Policy: 1. Peacekeeping after the Gulf War: Australian defence policy: 1991; 2. Peacekeeping in the new world order: Australia's response: 1991-1996; Part II. Cambodia: 3. From Angkor Wat to Pol Pot: Cambodia to 1988; 4. Law and order on the border: the Australian federal police and the UN border relief organisation, 1989-1993; 5. An Australian peace proposal: the Cambodian peace agreement: 1989-1991; 6. First into Phnom Penh: the Australian army contingent in the UN advance mission in Cambodia: 1991-1992; 7. The roadblock: Australians in the UN transitional authority in Cambodia, February-May 1992; 8. Change in plan: Australians in the UN transitional authority in Cambodia, June-December 1992; 9. 'Democracy's surprise triumph': Australians in the UN transitional authority in Cambodia: 1993; 10. Developing operation banner: Australian military assistance to Cambodia: 1994-1997; 11. Winding up operation banner: the end of Australian military assistance to Cambodia: 1997-1999; Part III. Western Sahara: 12. A good international citizen: Australia's commitment to Western Sahara: 1990-1991; 13. Backbone of the mission: the Australians in Western Sahara: 1991-1994; Part IV. Former Yugoslavia: 14. Roads not taken: Australian peacekeeping in the Former Yugoslavia: 1991-1996; 15. A modest commitment: Australian peacekeepers in the Former Yugoslavia: 1997-2004; Part V. Watch on Iraq: 16. A new type of commitment: humanitarian relief in Kurdistan: May-June 1991; 17. Disarming Iraq: sanctions and weapons inspection: 1991-1992; 18. A limited liability: Australia and the hunt for Saddam's weapons: 1993-1997; 19. UNSCOM and the US alliance: Australia re-commits forces to the Gulf: 1997-1999.show more

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