Augustus Richard Norton

Professor of International Relations, Boston University

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Professor of International Relations and Anthropology at Boston University; former UN observer in southern Lebanon (1980's)

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UN Security Council Resolution 1701  stopped the fighting in southern Lebanon with the promise that France would help enforce it by leading a 15,000 member peacekeeping source.

After Southern Lebanon, What about the Palestinians?

UN Security Council Resolution 1701 stopped the fighting in southern Lebanon with the promise that France would help enforce it by leading a 15,000 member peacekeeping source.

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