Operations in the Former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Sudan, and Afghanistan
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.
KeywordsSecurity Council Humanitarian Assistance Humanitarian Relief Relief Supply Rwandan Government
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