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Abkhazia–South Ossetia conflict, 31 Abuse, of women, 24–25 Act of Indemnity and Oblivion, 191 Afghanistan: citizens in foreign countries , 13; humanitarian challenges in, 138, 145, 174–75; human rights in, 95–96; human security in, 12–13; invasion of, 57; low-key operations in, 64; mandates for, 143; media control in, 100; military -political-humanitarian aims in, 132–33; nation-building in, 4, 11–13; post-conflict situation in, 11–13, 14, 73–75, 83–84, 88; prisoner torture in, 19; Provincial Reconstruction Teams in, 175; Red Cross staff attacks in, 165, 173; regime change in, 93; after Russian conflict, 83; Taliban in, 96, 100, 103; women’s rights in, 21 Africa: crises in, 56; economic status of, 56; failure to make impact statement for, 76–77; health care situation in, 25; internally displaced persons in, 29, 31; Internet services in, 101; post-Cold War strife in, 142; reconciliatory actions in, 191, 203–5; sexual violence in, 137; truce vs. post-conflict in, 87 African-Americans, Civil Rights Movement and, 52–53 African National Congress (ANC), 203–4, 216 African Union, 39 “An Agenda for Peace” (BoutrosGhali ), 54, 175 Agreement on a Comprehensive Political Settlement of the Cambodia Conflict (Paris Peace Agreements), 108–10, 116, 232n1 Ahtisari, Martii, 79 Al Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, 236n16 Albright, Madeleine, 199 Aliev, President, 31 al Qaeda, 239n13; anti-terrorist laws against, 17; clash of civilizations and, 171–72; missile attack on, 20 Amnesty: in ICTY, 202; in South Africa, 204–5, 216 Amnesty International, in Arms Trade Treaty promotion, 24 Anderson, Mary, 53–55, 156 Angola, human rights abuses in, 136 Annan, Kofi: on altruism, 57; dispelling North/South issue, 143–44; on human rights, 254; on neocolonialism , 56–57; Personal Humanitarian Envoy of, 150–51; on preventive journalism, 104; on rule of law, 67; on security vs. liberty , 102; on testifying before tribunals , 227; on UN activities in Iraq, 7; on UN failures, 54–55; INDEX cahill.qxp 10/1/2004 1:37 PM Page 279 tribute to Vieira de Mello, xvii–xviii Anti-Semitism, global insecurity and, 20–21 Anti-terrorism measures, 17–18; court decisions on, 22–23; in Egypt, 224; in India, 223–24; in South Africa, 223–24; in United Kingdom , 223 Apartheid: amnesty in, 216; legacy of, 203–5, 216–17 Arab–Israeli conflict, humanitarian work in. See United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) Armenia–Azerbaijan conflict, 31 Arms availability, insecurity due to, 23–24, 68 Arms Trade Treaty, 24 Aron, Raymond, 53 ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations), 107–8 Ashdown, Lord, 206 Asia–Pacific region, internally displaced persons in, 29, 31 Assessment, of integration of humanitarian action, 79–80 Assistance, by ICRC, 274 Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), 107–8 Authoritarianism, 96 Azerbaijan–Armenian conflict, 31 Ba’ath party, in Iraq, 85–86, 96 Balata Camp Boys School, 236n16 Balkans. See Yugoslavia (former) Barre, Siad, 81 Behr, Edward, 102 Bertini, Catherine, 151 Biko, Steve, 203 Bilateralism, vs. multilateralism, 163 bin Laden, Osama, 239n13 Boraine, Alex, 206 Bosnia. See Yugoslavia (former) Botha, P. W., 204, 205 Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, 193; “An Agenda for Peace,” 54, 175; on humanitarian space, 148–49 Brahimi, Lakhdar, 55 Bremer, Paul, 66 Brookings Institute, Project on Internal Displacement, 35–36, 37, 44–45, 46 Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (U.S.), 71–72 Burundi: internally displaced persons in, 29; massacre in, 16–17; sexual violence in, 137 Bush administration: attitude toward International Criminal Court, 222; indefinite detention under, 224; on terrorism, 58, 179 Buyoya, Pierre, 17 Cambodia, 106–25; civil administration in, 114–15; civilian killing in, 167; civilian peace force in, 114; elections in, 114, 117–18, 119; historical background of, 107–8; human rights in, 117–18; internally displaced persons in, 107–8; media in, 118–23; military peacekeeping in, 112–14; Paris Peace Agreements concerning, 108–10, 116, 232n1; post-conflict situation in, 88; refugee situation in, 109, 110, 116–17, 186–87; rehabilitation of, 115–16; United Nations Transitional Authority of. See United Nations Transitional Authority of Cambodia (UNTAC); Vieira de Mello work in, 106–7, 116–17, 123–25, 186–87 280 INDEX cahill.qxp 10/1/2004 1:37 PM Page 280 Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), 121, 123 Carney, Tim, in Cambodia, 119 Center for International Health and Cooperation (CIHC), 144 Central Tracing Agency of the ICRC, 273–74 Chad–Cameroon pipeline, 68 Chechnya, post-conflict situation in, 88 Chen, Lincoln...


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