Ze'ev Schiff

Defense Editor, Ha'aretz

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Defense Editor for Ha'aretz, a daily newspaper in Israel with a liberal outlook, and co-author of Track-II Diplomacy: Lessons from the Middle East

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As the United Nations wrangles over the peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon, the big question is whether there will be enough troops to enforce the ceasefire before it collapses.

The Politics of Peacekeeping

As the United Nations wrangles over the peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon, the big question is whether there will be enough troops to enforce the ceasefire before it collapses.

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France is not the only nation in Europe with cold feet about sending troops to southern Lebanon.  Italy, Spain and Finland want to know if the rules of engagement will require their…

The Politics of Peacekeeping

France is not the only nation in Europe with cold feet about sending troops to southern Lebanon.  Italy, Spain and Finland want to know if the rules of engagement will require their…

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