For many years, what we now call classic "peace-keeping" stood out as one of the great and imaginative contributions of the United Nations. The scope and process of peace-keeping have evolved over time, as the institution of peace-keeping has developed and as international conditions have changed. The award of the 1988 Nobel Peace Prize to the U.N. Peace-Keeping Forces reflects the magnitude and increasing success of the United Nations ongoing contributions.
Edward J. Perkins,
United Nations Peace-Keeping,
Yale J. Int'l L.
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