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a bibliography
United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library – DHL/USS/ECRD/BIB/1/Pt.4
 
This bibliography, the fourth in a series on the United Nations, contains only English-language monographs published between 1945 and 2002. It does not include articles from journals or any titles that were published by or under the auspices of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies. French language resources on this topic may be found in the section “Maintien de la paix”, Les Nations Unies : une bibliographie des ressources en français.

We plan to update this bibliography and hope to expand our criteria for inclusion of UN publications at that time.


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[A]
Abi-Saab, Georges.
The United Nations operations in the Congo 1960-1964.
Oxford : Oxford University Press; 1978. xvi, 206p.

Abu-Diab, Favozi.
Lebanon and the United Nations 1945-1958.
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms; 1966. xxvi, 203p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Pennsylvania, 1965.

Adebajo, Adekeye.
Building peace in West Africa: Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea-Bissau.
Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner Publishers; 2002. 192 p.
DHL Call #: 341.104(661.1) A228.

Adebajo, Adekeye.
Liberia’s civil war: Nigeria, ECOMOG, and regional security in West Africa.
Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner; 2002. xiv, 285 p.
Note: International Peace Academy. Program on Conflict Management in Africa.

African Rights (London).
Rwanda: a waste of hope: the United Nations human rights field operation.
London: African Rights; 1995. 68p.

African Rights (London).
Somalia: human rights abuses by the United Nations forces.
London: African Rights; 1993. 35p.

African Rights (London).
Somalia: Operation Restore Hope: a preliminary assessment.
London: African Rights; 1993. v. 59p.

Agwani, Mohammad Shafi, ed.
The Lebanese crisis, 1958: a documentary study.
New York: Asia Publishing House; [1965]. 407p.

Ahmad, Mushtaq.
The United Nations and Pakistan.
Karachi, Pakistan: Pakistan Institute of International Affairs; [1955]. 162p.

Alexander, H.T.
African tightrope.
New York: Praeger; 1966. 152p.

Algayed, Ali Abdalla.
Legal problems of the financing of United Nations peacekeeping operations.
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International; 1986. 239p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D), The Johns Hopkins University, 1986.

Allan, James H.
Peacekeeping: outspoken observations by a field officer.
Westport, CT: Praeger; 1996. xvii, 200p.

Allard, Kenneth.
Somalia operations: lessons learned.
Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press; 1995. xix, 113p.

Allsebrook, Mary.
Prototypes of peacemaking : the first forty years of the United Nations.
Chicago: St. James Press; 1986. xvi, 160 p.

Alport, Lord.
The sudden assignment.
London: Hodder & Stoughton; 1965. 255p.

Amer, Ramses.
Peace-keeping in a peace process: the case of Cambodia.
Uppsala, Sweden: Uppsala University; 1995. 107p.
Note: Report, no. 40.

Amirie, Abbas.
The United Nations intervention in the Congo crisis, 1960-1961: with special emphasis on the political role of the late Secretary-General, Dag Hammarskjold.
1967. 298p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), Southern Illinois University, 1967.

Amnesty International.
Peace-keeping and human rights.
London: International Secretariat; 1994. 39p.

Andriopoulos, Angelo Theodore.
The United Nations peace-keeping force in Cyprus and the changing Greek regimes.
1970. 332p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), Fordham University, 1970.

Asmus, Ronald D.
Germany’s contribution to peacekeeping: issues and outlook.
Santa Monica, CA: Rand; 1995. xiii, 54p.

Australia. Parliament. Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade.
Australia’s participation in peacekeeping.
Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service; 1994. xxviii, 160p.
Note: Parliamentary paper, no. 377.

Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade.
United Nations peacekeeping and Australia.
Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service; 1991. 155p.
Note: Parliamentary paper, no. 140.

Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade.
Reference: Australia’s role in United Nations peacekeeping: official Hansard report.
Canberra, Australia: Commonwealth of Australia; 1991. 5 vols.

Azcarate, Pablo de.
Mission in Palestine: 1948-1952.
Washington, D.C.: Middle East Institute; 1966.

[B]
Bailey, Sydney Dawson.
The General Assembly of the United Nations: a study of procedure and practice.
New York: Praeger; 1960. xx, 337p.

Bailey, Sydney Dawson.
How wars end: the United Nations and the termination of armed conflict, 1946-1964.
Oxford: Clarendon Press; 1982. 2 vols.

Bailey, Sydney Dawson.
The procedure of the UN Security Council.
2nd ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press; 1988.

Balch, Floyd R.
Secretary-General U Thant and peacekeeping: an analysis of U Thant’s role in five peacekeeping operations.
Houston, TX: University of Houston; 1975.
Note: Thesis (M.A.), University of Houston, 1975.

Banner, Allen Vernon.
Overhead imaging for verification and peacekeeping: three studies.
Ottawa: External Affairs and International Trade Canada; 1991. xii, 44p.
Note: Arms control verification occasional papers, no. 6.

Baranyi, Stephen and Liisa North.
Stretching the limits of the possible: United Nations peacekeeping in Central America.
Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Global Security; 1992. xii, 59p.
Note: Aurora papers, no. 15.

Barker, Barry Gavin Brown and Terry Burke.
Police as peacekeepers: the history of the Australian and New Zealand police serving with the United Nations Force in Cyprus, 1964-1984.
Melbourne, Australia: UNCIVPOL (Vic.) Club; 1984. ix, 240p.

Barnett, Michael.
Eyewitness to a genocide: the United Nations and Rwanda.
Ithaca [New York]: Cornell University Press; 2002. 215 p.
DHL Call #: UNX.341.324.56(675.72) B261.

Barrata, Joseph Preston.
International peacekeeping: history and strengthening.
Livingston, NJ: Center for U.N. Reform Education; 1989. vi, 120p.
Note: Monograph in CURE Ser. Vol. no. 6.

Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov.
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Sankt Augustin, Germany).
Uncertainty and risk-taking in peacemaking: the Israeli experience.
Jerusalem: The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 1999. 24 p.
Note: Davis occasional papers, no. 71.
DHL Call #: 341.104(569.4) B223.

Berdal, Mats R.
Whither UN peacekeeping?: an analysis of the changing military requirements of UN peacekeeping with proposals for its enhancement.
London: Brassey’s for the International Institute for Strategic Studies; 1993. 88p.

Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali.
Peace-keeping by the United Nations.
Karachi, Pakistan: Pakistan Pub. House; 1967. 80p.

Biermann, Wolfgang.
The evolution of UN peace-keeping operations in the post-Cold War era.
Copenhagen: Center for Peace and Conflict Research; 1995.

Biermann, Wolfgang.
“Old” UN peacekeeping principles and “new” conflicts: some ideas to reduce the troubles of post-cold war peace missions.
Copenhagen: Center for Peace and Conflict Research; 1994. 13p.
Note: Working papers, no. 18.

Biermann, Wolfgang and Martin Vadset.
UN Commanders Workshop May 1995: lessons learned from former Yugoslavia.
Copenhagen: Centre for Peace and Conflict Research; 1996. 22p.
Note: Working papers, no. 5.

Bills, Martha, [et al.]
Options for U. S. Military Support to the United Nations.
Washington, D.C.: Center for Strategic and International Studies; 1992. x, 36p.

Bingham, June.
U Thant: the search for peace.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf; 1966. xxii, 300p.

Bishop, Peter V.
Canada and the controversy over the financing of the United Nations peacekeeping operations.
Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto; 1969. xix, 792p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Toronto, 1969.

Black, David R. and Susan J.
Rolston. Peacemaking and preventive diplomacy in the new world (dis)order: edited papers from a workshop organized by the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, 14-16 October 1994.
Halifax, Canada; Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University; 1995. 196p.

Blechman, Barry M.
Training for peacekeeping: the United Nations’ role.
Washington, D.C.: Henry L. Stimson Center; 1994. 1 vol.
Note: Report, no. 12.

Bloomfield, Lincoln Palmer.
The power to keep peace: today and in a world without war.
Berkeley, CA: World Without War Council; 1971. 249p.

Bloomfield, Lincoln Palmer.
Some tentative guides to research on international military force.
Cambridge, MA: Cambridge Center for International Studies; 1962.

Bloomfield, Lincoln Palmer ed.
International military forces: the question of peacekeeping in an armed and disarming world.
Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Company; 1964. 307p.

Boulden, Jane.
Building on the past: future directions for peacekeeping.
Toronto, Canada: Canadian Institute of International Affairs; 1991. 16p.
Note: Behind the headlines, vol. 48, no.4.

Bowett, Derek William.
United Nations forces: a legal study.
New York: Praeger; 1964. xxiv, 579p.

Bowles, Newton R.
The diplomacy of hope: the United Nations since the cold war.
Ottawa [Canada]: Published by the United Nations Association in Canada in collaboration with the World Federation of United Nations Association; 2001. 204 p.
DHL Call #: UNX.1 B787.

Boyd, Frances.
The peacekeeping experiment.
London: United Nations Association ; 1968. 22p.

Boyd, James More.
Cyprus: episode in peacekeeping.
New York: Columbia University Press; 1966.

Boyd, James More.
United Nations peace-keeping operations: a military and political appraisal.
New York: Praeger; 1971. xv, 261p.
Note: Praeger special studies in international politics and public affairs.

Boyd, James More.
United Nations peace-keeping operations: patterns and prospects.
1968. 340p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), Columbia University, 1968.

Brecher, Michael.
The struggle for Kashmir.
New York: Oxford University Press; 1953. xii, 211p.

Bricker, Calvin.
Canada’s reserves and peacekeeping: a workshop report.
York, Canada: University of Keele; 1989.
Note: Center for International and Strategic Studies.

Brook, David.
Preface to peace: the United Nations and Arab-Israel armistice system.
Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs Press; [1964]. 151p.

Brook, David.
The United Nations and the Arab-Israel armistice system (1949-1959).
New York: Columbia University; 1961. 281p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), Columbia University, 1961.

Browne, Marjorie Anne.
UN peacekeeping: issues for Congress.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress; 1995. 15p.
Note: Congressional Research Service issue brief series.

Browne, Marjorie Anne.
United Nations peacekeeping: historical overview and current issues: CRS report to Congress.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress; 1990.

Buchanan, William.
An international police force and public opinion: polled opinion in the United States, 1939-1953.
Princeton, NJ: Center for Research on World Political Institutions; 1954. 39p.

Bull, Hedley, ed.
Intervention in world politics.
Oxford : Clarendon Press; 1984. 198p.

Bull, Odd.
War and peace in the Middle East: the experiences and views of a UN observer.
London: Leo Cooper; 1976. xvi, 205p.

Bullock, Harold E.
Peace by committee: command and control issues in multinational peace enforcement operations.
Maxwell Air Force base, AL: Air University Press; 1995. ix, 80p.

Burns, Arthur Lee and Nina Heathcote.
Peacekeeping by UN forces, from Suez to the Congo.
New York: Praeger; 1963. 256p.
Note: Studies in world politics, no. 4.

Burns, E. L. M.
Between Arab and Israeli.
Toronto, Canada: Clarke and Irwin; 1962. 336p.

Byers, Rod B. and Michael Slack, eds.
Canada and peacekeeping: prospects for the future.
York, Canada: York University; 1983. 56p.

[C]
Canada.
Armed Forces Headquarters.
Peace-keeping operations: the military observers handbook.
Ottawa: [s.n.]; 1972.

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on External Affairs and National Defence.
Eighth report of the Standing Committee on External Affairs and National Defence respecting United Nations and peacekeeping.
Ottawa: The Committee; 1970. 96p.

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on National Defence and Veterans Affairs.
The dilemmas of a committed peacekeeper: Canada and the renewal of peacekeeping.
Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada; 1993. xiii, 46, 48, xiiip.
Note: Minutes of the proceedings and evidence of the Standing Committee on National Defence and Veterans Affairs.

Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Meeting new challenges : Canada’s response to a new generation of peacekeeping : report of the Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs .
[Ottawa]: The Committee; 1993. xi, 95, xii, 103p.

Canadian operations in support of the United Nations.
[New York]: [s.n.]; 1966. 21p.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Washington, D. C.) Library.
International police: proposals for cooperative defense through the use of international armies, navies, and air forces.
Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; [1945]. 18p.
Note: Select bibliographies, no. 7.

Carney, Timothy and Tan Lian Choo.
Whither Cambodia? beyond the election.
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; 1993. 51p.

Carver, Joan Sacknitz.
The non-fighting forces of the United Nations: an instrument for the pacific settlement of disputes.
xi, 503 leaves.
Note:Thesis — University of Florida; 1966.

Cassese, Antonio, ed.
The current legal regulation of the use of force.
Dordrecht, Netherlands; Boston, MA: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers; 1986. xiv, 536p.

Cassese, Antonio, ed.
United Nations peace-keeping: legal essays.
Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands: Sijthoff & Noordhoff; 1978. xvi, 255p.

Ceadel, Martin.
Thinking about peace and war.
Oxford, England: Oxford University Press; 1989. 222p.

Charters, David A., ed.
Peacekeeping and the challenge of civil conflict resolution: proceedings of the sixth annual Conflict Studies Conference, University of New Brunswick, September 1992.
Fredericton, Canada: University of New Brunswick; 1994. viii, 220p.

Chaudhri, Mohammed Ahsen.
United Nations peace mechanisms and rules.
Karachi, Pakistan: Council for Pakistan Studies; 1973. 93p.

Chesterman, Simon.
East Timor in transition: from conflict prevention to State-building.
New York: International Peace Academy; 2001. 37 p.
Note: International Peace Academy, May 2001.
DHL Call #: UNX.992.35 C525

Chilton, D. C. F. and B. C. Hayes, eds.
NATO, peacekeeping, and the United Nations.
London: British American Security Information Council/ Berlin Information Centre for Transatlantic Security; 1994. 73p.
Note: Report BASIC 94 (1).

Chopra, Jarat, Age Eknes and Toralv Nordbo.
Fighting for hope in Somalia.
Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1995. 108p.
Note: Peacekeeping and multinational operations, no. 6, 1995.

Chopra, Jarat.
Report on the Cambodian peace process.
Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1993. 43p.
Note: Research report, no. 165.

Chopra, Jarat.
United Nations authority in Cambodia.
Providence, RI: Brown University; 1994. xi, 87p.
Note: Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute of International Studies/ Occasional paper, no. 13.

Chopra, Jarat.
United Nations determination of the Western Sahara self.
Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; [1994]. 100p.
Note: Peacekeeping and multinational operations, no. 1.

Christie, Nigel.
Towards an enhanced United Nations peacekeeping.
Canberra: Australian National University; 1993. 44p.
Note: Working paper, no. 132.

Cilliers, Jakkie and Hilding-Norberg, Annika (eds.)
Institute for Security Studies (Pretoria).
Building stability in Africa: challenges for the new millennium.
Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies; 2000. 137 p.
Note: ISS monograph series, no. 46, February 2000.
DHL Call #: 960(04) B932.

Cilliers, Jakkie.
Peacekeeping in the DRC: MONUC and the road to peace.
[Pretoria]: Institute for Security Studies; 2001.84 p.
Note: ISS monograph series, no. 66, October 2001.
DHL Call #: UNX.967.5 C572.

Citrin, Jack.
United Nations peacekeeping activities: a case study in organizational task expansion.
Denver, CO: University of Denver; 1966. 85p.
Note: Monograph series in world affairs.

Clark, Dick.
The United Nations, peacekeeping, and lessons for American policy: second conference, April 17-22, 1995.
Queenstown, MD: Aspen Institute; 1995. iii, 66p.
Note: Congressional program, vol. 10, no. 2.

Clark, Dick.
The United Nations, peacekeeping, and U. S. policy in the post-cold war world: first conference, April 4-9, 1994.
Queenstown, MD: Aspen Institute; 1994. iii, 64p.
Note: Congressional program, vol. 9, no. 3.

Clark, Donald O.
An “on-call” United Nations force.
Springfield, VA: [s.n.]; 1972. 53p.

Clark, William Hartley.
The United Nations peace missions in Palestine.
[1960?] 408p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), New York University, 1960.

Clements, Kevin and Christine Wilson (eds.)
UN peacekeeping at the crossroads.
Canberra: Australian National University; 1994. xi,176p.
Note: Peace Research Centre monograph, no. 16.

Cole, Babalola.
The United Nations peace-keeping operations: the actions and policies of the African nations in the Congo.
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms; 1968. 248p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), Georgetown University, 1967.

Coleman, Christopher C.
The Salvadoran peace process: a preliminary inquiry.
Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1993. 45p.
Note: Research report, no. 173.

Comay, Michael.
U.N. peace-keeping in the Israel-Arab conflict, 1948-1975: an Israeli critique.
Jerusalem: Hebrew University, Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations; 1976. 84p.
Note: Jerusalem papers on peace problems, nos.17-18.

Comprehensive report on lessons-learned from United Nations Operation in Somalia, April 1992- March 1995.
[Sweden?]: [s.n.]; 1995. 54p.
Note: Title from cover. – “Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Germany; Life and Peace Institute, Sweden; Norwegian Institute of International Affairs in cooperation with the Lessons-Learned Unit of the Department of Peace-keeping Operations”.

Conetta, Carl and Charles Knight.
Vital force: a proposal for the overhaul of the UN peace operations system and for the creation of a UN legion.
Cambridge, MA: Commonwealth Institute; 1995. xix, 141p.

Connaughton, R.M.
Military intervention and peacekeeping: the reality.
Aldershot [England]: Burlington, Vt: Ashgate; 2001. 296 p.
DHL Call #: 341.104 C752.

Connaughton, R. M.
Swords and ploughshares: coalition operations, the nature of future conflict and the United Nations: a paper.
Camberley, [England]: Strategic and Combat Studies Institute; 1993. 53 p.

Cox, Arthur M.
Prospects for peacekeeping.
Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution; 1967. 178p.

Cox, David.
‘An Agenda for Peace’ and the future of peacekeeping: report of the Mohonk Mountain House Workshop.
Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Global Security; 1993. 25p.

Cox, David.
Exploring an Agenda for Peace: issues arising from the report of the Secretary-General.
Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Global Security; 1993. vii, 52p.
Note: Aurora papers, no. 20.

Cox, David, Alastair M.Taylor, and Granatstein, J.L.
Peacekeeping: international challenge and Canadian response.
Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs; 1968. 221p.
Note: Contemporary affairs, No. 39.

Cox, David, ed.
The use of force by the Security Council for enforcement and deterrent purposes: a conference report.
[s.l.]: Canadian Centre for Arms Control and Disarmament; [1991]. 60p.

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[D]
Dablan, Farouk.
The rise and fall of a UN peacekeeping force.
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International; 1979. 236p.
Note: Thesis (Princeton University), 1979.

Dallen, Russell M.
A U.N. revitalized: a compilation of UNA-USA recommendations on strengthening the role of the United Nations in peacemaking, peacekeeping, and conflict prevention.
New York: UNA-USA; 1992. 10p.
Note: “A paper prepared by UNA-USA in response to the Security Council’s call for recommendations to strengthen the preventive diplomacy, peacekeeping, and peacemaking activities of the United Nations.

Damrosch, Lori Fisler, ed.
Enforcing restraint: collective intervention in internal conflicts.
New York: Council on Foreign Relations Press; 1993. xii, 403p.

Daniel, Donald C. F. and Hayes, Bradd C., eds.
Beyond traditional peacekeeping.
New York: St. Martin’s Press; 1995. xxii, 320p.

Daniel, Donald C., Hayes, Bradd C., Jonge Oudraat, Chantal de.
Coercive inducement and the containment of international crises.
Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press; 1999. 272 p.
DHL Call #: UNX.341.104 D184.

Danisman, Basri.
Situation negative!
The Hague: International Documentation and Information Centre; 1973. vii, 117p.

Davis, Lynne Etheridge.
Peacekeeping and peacemaking after the Cold War.
Santa Monica, CA: Rand Summer Institute; 1993. xiii, 36p.

Dawson, Pauline.
The peacekeepers of Kashmir: the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan.
London; New York: Hurst & Company; St. Martin’s Press; 1994. xxii, 337p.

Dayal, Rajeshwar.
Mission for Hammarskjold: the Congo crises.
London: Oxford University Press; 1976. 335p.

DeLong, Kent and Tuckey, Steven .
Mogadishu!: heroism and tragedy.
Westport, CT: Praeger; 1994. xviii, 107p.

Dennehy, Captain Edward J., [et al.]
A blue helmet combat force.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government. 1993.

Des Forges, Alison
“Leave none to tell the story”: genocide in Rwanda.
New York: Human Rights Watch; Paris: International Federation of Human Rights; 1999. 789 p.


Diehl, Paul F.
International peacekeeping.

Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1993. x, 211p.
Note: Perspectives in security.

Dimengo, Lt. Col. Dennis. [et al.].
The sword and the olive branch: military advice for United Nations peacekeeping.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government; 1995.

Dimitrijevic, Nebojsa.
The crisis in the former Yugoslavia and the U.N. peace-keeping.

Geneve: Institut universitaire de hautes etudes internationales; 1994. 93p.
Note: Thesis, Institut universitaire de hautes etudes internationales, 1994.

Doll, William J. and Metz, Steven.
The army and multinational peace operations: problems and solutions.

[Carlisle Barracks, PA]: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College; 1993. vi, 30p.

Donini, Antonio.
The policies of mercy: UN coordination in Afghanistan, Mozambique, and Rwanda.

Providence, RI: Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies; 1996. 149p.
Note: Occasional paper, no. 22.

Dorn, Walter.
Peacekeeping satellites: the case for international surveillance and verification.

Dundas, Canada: Peace Research Institute; 1987. vii, 182p.
Note: Peace Research Reviews, no. 10 (5/6), 1987.

Doyle, Michael William.
UN peacekeeping in Cambodia: UNTAC civil mandate.

London; Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner; 1995. 117p.
Note: International Peace Academy occasional paper series.

Drysdale, John.
Whatever happened to Somalia?

London: HAAN Associates; 1995. 216p.

Durch, William J. and Barry M. Blechman.
Keeping the peace: the United Nations in the emerging world order.

Washington, D.C: Henry L. Stimson Center; 1992. 108p.

Durch, William J. ed.
The evolution of UN peacekeeping: case studies and comparative analysis.

New York: St. Martin’s Press; 1993. xiv, 509p.

[E]
Edwards, Wayne.
Functional adaptation of power and influence within the international hierarchy: analysis of the Special Political Committee on Peacekeeping.

[s.l.]: University of Guelph; 1979. ii, 152 leaves.
Note: Thesis (M.A.), University of Guelph, 1979.

Ehrhart, H. G. and D. G. Haglund, eds.
The ‘new peacekeeping’ and European security: German and Canadian interests and issues.

Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos; 1995. 286p.

Ehrlich, Thomas.
Cyprus, 1958-1967.

London: Oxford University Press; 1974. x, 164p.

Eide, Espen Barth and Per Erik Solli.
From blue to green: the transition from UNPROFOR to IFOR in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1995. 51p.
Note: Working paper, no. 539.

Eknes, Age.
Blue helmets in a blown mission? UNPROFOR in former Yugoslavia.

Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1993. 86p.
Note: Research report, no. 174.

Eknes, Age.
From scandal to success: the United Nations and the Iran-Iraq war 1980-1988.

Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1989.
Note: Working paper, no. 406.

Eknes, Age.
Peacekeeping: past experience and new challenges: lessons from the EFTA countries experience with peacekeeping.

Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1994. 13p.
Note: Working paper, no. 516.

Eknes, Age.
Revitalizing peacekeeping: old constraints, new challenges.

Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; 1989.
Note: Working paper, no. 407.

Ekpebu, Lawrence Barabibai.
Collective measures: the Congo and the United Nations.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University; 1964.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D), Harvard University, 1964.

Elganzoury, Abdelazim A.
Evolution of the peacekeeping powers of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Cairo, Egypt: General Egyptian Book Organization; 1978. 355p.

Elkordy, Abdul-Hafez M.
The United Nations peace-keeping functions in the Arab world.

Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms; 1968. 322p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), American University (Washington, D.C), 1967.

Ennals, David.
A United Nations police force.

London: Fabian Society; 1959. 24p.
Note: Research series no. 210.

Erskine, Emmanuel A.
Mission with UNIFIL: An African soldier’s reflections.

London: Hurst & Co.; 1989. xi, 215p.

Ertughrul, Jeff.
The postal services of UNFICYP.

London: The author; [1988]. 56p.

Esfandiary, Mohsen Sadigh.
The role of the General Assembly in dealing with threats to the peace, breaches of the peace and acts of aggression.

Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms; [1962]. 329p.
Note: Thesis (Ph.D.), Columbia University, 1960.

Evans, Gareth.
Cooperating for peace: the global agenda for the 1990’s and beyond.

St. Leonards, Australia: Allen & Unwin; 1993. xviii, 224p.

[F]
Fabian, Larry L.
Soldiers without enemies – preparing the United Nations for peacekeeping.

Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution; 1971. 315p.

Federal Union.
Proposal for a permanent United Nations force.

London: Federal Union; 1957. 20p.

Fehrenbach, T. R.
The United Nations in war and peace.

New York: Random House; 1968. 179p.

Fermann, Gunnar.
Bibliography on international peacekeeping.

Dordrecht, Netherlands; Boston, MA: Martinus Nijhoff; 1992. xiii, 291p.

Fetherston, A. B.
Making United Nations peacekeeping more peaceful: relating concepts of “success” to field reality.

Canberra: Australian National University; 1993. 28p.
Note: Australian National University, Research School of Pacific Studies, Peace Research Centre. Working paper, no. 139.

Fetherston, A. B.
Towards a theory of United Nations peacekeeping.

Basingstoke, England: New York: St. Martin’s Press; 1994. xviii, 292p.

Fetherston, A. B. and C. Nordstrom.
Overcoming conceptual habitus in conflict management: UN peacekeeping and warzone ethnography.

Canberra: Australian National University; 1994. 29p.
Note: Working paper, no. 147.

Findlay, Trevor.
Cambodia: the legacy and lessons of UNTAC.

Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1995. xi, 238p.
Note: SIPRI research report, no. 9.

Findlay, Trevor.
Conflict resolution and peacekeeping in the post-Cold War era: implications for regional security.

Canberra: Australian National University; 1992. 25p.
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