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Operations in the Former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Sudan, and Afghanistan

  • Nicholas O. Berry

Abstract

The ICRC’s unspoken mission of undermining brutal civil wars has the most success when political/military agents of the international community join humanitarian workers in intervening in these wars. Even without the intervention of a political force, ICRC and NGO efforts still soften the horrors of the internal wars and make them more susceptible to resolution.

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Security Council Humanitarian Assistance Humanitarian Relief Relief Supply Rwandan Government 
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Notes

  1. 9.
    Nik Gowing, “Real-Time Television Coverage of Armed Conflicts and Diplomatic Crises: Does It Pressure or Distort Foreign Policy Decisions?” Working Paper 94–1 (Cambridge: John F. Kennedy School of Government, June 1994), p. 44.Google Scholar
  2. 33.
    Bill Berkeley, “The Longest War in the World,” The New York Times Magazine, 3 March 1996, p. 59.Google Scholar

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© Nicholas O. Berry 1997

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