Democratization and commitment to peace, South Africa's motivations to contribute to peace operations
Sotomayor Velázquez, Arturo C.
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The decision to deploy troops overseas to observe, keep or enforce peace is not an easy One. Peace operations are difficult to sustain. War can break out again at any time and belligerent groups can attack peacekeepers. Conflicting interests and mistrust between the parties involved can spoil peace agreements.
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