The history of the United Nations is strongly connected to the Arab-Israel conflict. New methods of mediation and the first Peace Operations were adopted in the Middle East after World War II. Considering that the UN have to “maintain Peace and international security”, the aim of this study is to contribute towards an understanding of how the UN influenced the conflict. UN Resolutions and Peacekeeping Operations data have been analysed. The intensity of conflict violence has been observed and an index for the measurement of the UN activity has been applied to the data. Finally, the relation between UN activity and the Arab-Israel conflict has been analysed making use of the Military Event Data Set (1949-1969) and the Levant Event Data Set (1979-2002).
|Titolo:||The Role of the UN in the Arab-Israel Conflict: a Quantitative Analysis|
DI MAURO, DANILO [Writing – Original Draft Preparation]
|Data di pubblicazione:||2004|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|