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USIP: Crisis in Lebanon: Is Peacekeeping Possible?

Authors: Beth Cole DeGrasse, and Christina Parajon
August 1, 2006

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USIP argues that the environment in Lebanon remains unfavourable for a successful UN peacekeeping effort. USIP believes the peacekeeping force is too limited in capability, and that Israeli and US hopes for a forceful mission are likely to be disappointed unless there is a broader peace process.

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