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This article attempts to analyze the effectiveness of contemporary UN peacekeeping as part of a comprehensive strategy to achieve sustainable peace. It shows that ‘success’ and ‘failure’ are from a subjective judgment from the evaluator. It examines peacekeeping and its interactions with peacemaking, peace enforcement, and post-conflict reconstruction. Furthermore, participation is viewed as the key variable in success, rather than a mere cessation of violence.
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