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Contents Contents <h2>Contents</h2> List of Illustrations 000 Foreword, Brian Urquhart 000 Preface 000 List of Abbreviations 000 Introduction 000 1 Armed Forces and Humanitarian Action: Past and Present 000 2 Framework for Estimating Military Costs and Civilian Benefits 000 3 Northern Iraq, 1991-1996: A Difficult Act to Follow? 000 4 Somalia, 1992-1995: The Death of Pollyannaish Humanitarianism? 000 5 Bosnia, 1992-1995: Convoluted Charity? 000 6 Rwanda, 1994-1995: Better Late than Never? 000 7 Haiti, 1991-1996: Why Wait So Long? 000 8 East Timor and Kosovo, 1999: A Vintage Year for Humanitarian Intervention? 000 9 September 11, Afghanistan, and Iraq: What Are the Implications for Humanitarian Intervention? 000 10 The Responsibility to Protect: Costs, Benefits, Quandaries 000 Notes 000 Index 000 About the Author 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Humanitarian intervention, Civil-military relations, Armed Forces Civic action