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  • Peacekeeping forces often barrier to lasting peace, research shows

    Warring sides are less likely to negotiate when a peacekeeping force is sent into a conflict, making long-term peace less likely, says political scientist Paul Diehl, in an article co-written with J. Michael Greig, a professor of political science at the University of North Texas.  Click photo to enlarge

    Warring sides are less likely to negotiate when a peacekeeping force is sent into a conflict, making long-term peace less likely, says political scientist Paul Diehl, in an article co-written with J. Michael Greig, a professor of political science at the University of North Texas. Click photo to enlarge

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