This book examines the intervention in Somalia and draws lessons for future peacekeeping operations, analyzing many aspects of peacemaking that are not well understood, including efforts to rebuild the police, the dynamics of the economy, and the performance of European armies.

part 1|64 pages

Legal Aspects of Intervention

chapter 1|19 pages

Failed Visions and Uncertain Mandates in Somalia

ByWalter Clarke

chapter 2|22 pages

The Restoration of the Somali Justice System

ByMartin R. Ganzglass

part 2|32 pages

Economic Aspects of Intervention

chapter 4|12 pages

Somali Land Resource Issues in Historical Perspective

ByLee V. Cassanelli

chapter 5|20 pages

Humanitarian Relief Intervention in Somalia

The Economics of Chaos
ByAndrew S. Natsios

part 3|52 pages

Military Aspects of Intervention

chapter 7|17 pages

Foreign Military Intervention in Somalia

The Root Cause of the Shift from UN Peacekeeping to Peacemaking and Its Consequences
ByJohn Drysdale

chapter 8|14 pages

The Experience of European Armies in Operation Restore Hope

ByGérard Prunier

part 4|56 pages

Decisionmaking During Intervention

chapter 11|14 pages

Congress and the Somalia Crisis

ByHarry Johnston, Ted Dagne

part 5|50 pages


chapter 12|24 pages

Rekindling Hope in UN Humanitarian Intervention

ByThomas G. Weiss

chapter 13|10 pages

The Lessons of Somalia for the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy

ByRobert I. Rotberg

chapter 14|16 pages

Somalia and the Future of Humanitarian Intervention

Edited ByWalter Clarke, Jeffrey Herbst