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Edited by Michael Bothe and Boris Kondoch

International Peacekeeping is devoted to reporting upon and analyzing international peacekeeping with an emphasis upon legal and policy issues. It provides the interested public - civil servants, politicians, the military, academics, journalists, and others - with an up-to-date source of information on peacekeeping, enabling them to keep abreast of the most important developments in the field. This is achieved not only by the provision of 'basic documents' (on CD ROM), such as Security Council Resolutions or Reports from the UN Secretary-General, but also by expert commentaries on world events connected with peacekeeping operations. Thus, International Peacekeeping not only has a recording and documentary function, for those who wish to be kept well-informed, but also plays a role in forming opinions on the further development of peacekeeping as an instrument. Peacekeeping is treated in a pragmatic light, seen as a form of international military cooperation for the preservation or restoration of international peace and security, attention being focused primarily on UN peacekeeping operations.
This yearbook is the continuation of the journal International Peacekeeping.

John Braithwaite

Reconciliation in East Timor 17 run by an all Timorese Commission with assistance from international staff. The Reception part related to the strength of a local process of acolihimento (reception-welcome-reintegration) that chose to give emphasis to the reception, reintegration and forgiveness to militia

Ervin Staub

understand the roots of violence between groups and avenues to prevention and reconciliation. This has been the focus of our work in Rwanda since 1999 in trainings/workshops with both community level groups and national leaders, and in educational radio programs in Rwanda, Burundi and the Congo. I describe

Jean d’Aspremont

affirmative as long as the professionals claiming membership of such a discipline excel in the art of reconciliation. The object of this article is to show that the law of international organizations epitomises such a possibility. After submitting that most scholarly and practical debates about the law of

which were signed at Guatemala City on 29 December 1996 and which, with the overall package of peace accords signed in Madrid, Mexico City, Oslo and Stockholm, put a definitive end to the Guatemalan internal conflict and will foster national reconciliation and economic develop- ment, 1. Decides, in

broker an agreement before the scheduled formation of a government of national reconciliation on January 23. (1'L, 14 January) 12 February The UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, recom- mended that the Security Council extend the peace-keeping mission in Angola by only one month if the Angolans fail to

Kristen E Boon

fault, though they often establish the facts of the injury. These practices often also include rituals to emphasise reconciliation. 62 A highly publicised state incident in 2016 illustrates this practice. A six year old boy was killed in Cameroon by the US Ambassador to the UN’s convoy in 2016

Snezana Trifunovska

in promoting: the reconciliation of various ethnic and political groups, mutual understand- ing, as well as multi-cultural and multi-ethnic co-operation. In February 1996 UNPREDEP was established as an independent mission, with basically the same mandate, strength and composition of forces, reporting

Larry Minear

only of rescue and relief but also of conflict prevention and conflict reso- lution, reconstruction and develop- ment, reconciliation and peace.'38 Administrative arrangements for man- aging these three interfaces have evolved in recent years. A variation of the UNTAC approach, in which the Deputy SRSG

Guillaume Le Floch, Marie Lemey and Lucie Paiola

implementing the award […]. The Chamber would like this prioritisation to be reflected in the implementation phase to the extent possible, and insofar as individual reparations do not hinder broader reconciliation or stigmatise individual victims vis-à-vis the community of Timbuktu”: ICC -01