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Table Of Security Council Resolutions

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This section of the book Political Violence and the International Community: Developments in International Law and Policy contains a table with a list of Security Council resolutions. The countries involved in Security Council resolutions include: Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Kosovo, Croatia, Central African Republic (CAR), Guatemala, Israel and Palestine, Mozambique, Somalia and Western Sahara. Since the end of the Cold War, the international community, and particularly the Council, has begun intervening frequently and consistently in such conflicts. These interventions are not easily explicable on the basis of geopolitical ideology and strategic interests.

Keywords: international community; international law; political violence; Security Council



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