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This article describes the trial-and-error experiments of helping fix war-torn countries in the 1990s. It identifies the principal features of peacebuilding operations during the end of the Cold War, and describes the main issues and controversies surrounding these missions. The article also examines the record of peacebuilding since the end of the Cold War.
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