In December 1988 the International Peace Academy (IPA) of New York and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) sponsored an off-the-record workshop outside Oslo in which some thirty-five practitioners and analysts of peacekeeping discussed the rapidly changing context of international peace and security at the end of the 1980s. The timing for these discussions was propitious. They began the day after the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to forty years of United Nations peacekeeping, in which context the UN had been publicised suddenly as a viable instrument for international conflict management.
KeywordsSecurity Council Conflict Management Norwegian Institute Nobel Peace Prize Soviet Troop
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