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Author Mancini, Francesco, 1969- author

Title Lost in transition : UN mediation in Libya, Syria, and Yemen / Francesco Mancini and José Vericat
Published New York, N. Y. : International Peace Institute, [2016]
©2016
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Contents Executive summary -- Introduction -- The context -- Analyzing the mediation efforts -- Lessons and recommendations -- Conclusion -- Annex : Mediation timelines
Summary "The violence in the Middle East obfuscates the fact that there exists also a story of peace efforts across the region -- a story of small successes, big frustrations, setbacks, and failures. Through these efforts, UN mediators have sought to achieve the often irreconcilable goals of ending violence while facilitating a political transition and reconciling the parties. Building on the findings of papers previously published by IPI on UN mediation in Libya, Syria, and Yemen, this report draws crosscutting lessons for ongoing and future UN mediation in similarly complex and violent political transitions." -- Publisher's website
Notes "November 2016"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject United Nations -- Libya
United Nations -- Syria
United Nations -- Yemen (Republic)
United Nations.
Conflict management -- International cooperation -- History -- 21st century
Conflict management -- Libya
Conflict management -- Syria
Conflict management -- Yemen (Republic)
Mediation -- Libya
Mediation -- Syria
Mediation -- Yemen (Republic)
Mediation, International
Regime change -- Libya
Regime change -- Syria
Regime change -- Yemen (Republic)
Conflict management -- International cooperation.
Conflict management.
Mediation, International.
Mediation.
Regime change.
Libya.
Syria.
Yemen (Republic)
Form Electronic book
Author Vericat, José, author
International Peace Institute, issuing body
Other Titles UN mediation in Libya, Syria, and Yemen
U. N. mediation in Libya, Syria, and Yemen
United Nations mediation in Libya, Syria, and Yemen