U. N. Peacekeeper in Cambodia, 1991-1992

U. N. Peacekeeper in Cambodia, 1991-1992

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In the wake of the cold war, peacekeeping Ai or, more appropriately, peace enforcing Ai is becoming an increasingly important role for military forces around the world. The U.S. Army had not participated significantly in U.N. peacekeeping missions in the past. In 1991, two U.S. Army officers, Maj. George Steuber and Maj. James Faust, and a U.S. Marine, Maj. John Dill, were sent on a dual mission as liaison officers with the U.N. Advanced Mission to Cambodia and as part of the U.N. Transition Authority in Cambodia. The experiences of these officers provide a number of valuable lessons on the pitfalls and frustrations of being part of an international peacekeeping force. In this interview, Steuber shares a number insights he gained during his tour in Cambodia.Thata#39;s in a four-wheel-drive Nissan vehicle. So you can imagine that transportation is a major problem. And that is one of the major roads within country. On Route 6, which is the other major road in country, most of the bridges are blown, andanbsp;...

Title:U. N. Peacekeeper in Cambodia, 1991-1992
Author: Jerold E. Brown
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2010-01

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