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Security Council Practice In Civil Conflicts

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This appendix section discusses the practice of UN Security Council in resolving civil conflicts in various countries. The countries discussed in the chapter include Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Kosovo, Croatia, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Burundi, Spain, and Western Sahara. For each case, the concern, the comments and the acknowledgements recorded in the relevant Security Council resolutions are provided.

Keywords: civil conflicts; Security Council resolutions



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