Merango Intelligence Briefing
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This interactive brief provides the background information about a fictitious African country named Merango. It is part of the documentations for a scenario-based problem that students are required to resolve. These students, representing members of the UN Security Council, are required to produce a resolution and a mandate for the deployment of a UN peacekeeping force in this fictitious African country. The interactions involve placing the mouse cursor over certain highlighted words for more information, and some self-check questions. Source of the background information for the brief: Geneva Center for Security Studies
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