The burden of collective goodwill: The international involvement in the liberian civil war

Abiodun Alao*

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Abstract

The book is the first to discuss in detail the extensive external involvement in the Liberian civil war, a war that claimed up to 200,000 lives, created a massive refuge crisis and brought West Africa to the tribunal of international attention. The book is conceived against the background that the international response to the conflict has features that are unprecedented in the management of civil conflicts in the post-cold war era. For example, the regional peacekeeping mission was the first after the end of the cold war, while the dispatch of UN Observer mission was the first ever joint peacekeeping mission between the UN and a regional organisation. The extensive involvement of international organisations in the conflict has not been witnessed in the region since the Biafran war of 1967-1970.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherTaylor and Francis Inc.
Number of pages226
ISBN (Electronic)9781315240909
ISBN (Print)9781840143188
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jul 2017

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