The Arab League and peacekeeping in the Lebanon

  • 214 Pages
  • 4.76 MB
  • English
St. Martin"s Press , New York
League of Arab States -- Lebanon., Lebanon -- History -- Civil War, 1975-



StatementIstvan Pogany.
LC ClassificationsDS36.2 .P64 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 214 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2384046M
ISBN 100312007825
LC Control Number87012873

"The Lebanon has experienced a greater diversity of international peacekeeping activity than any other state in recent times. This book offers a unique analysis of the Arab Deterrent Force (ADF), which was established by the League of Arab States in with a mandate to help end the civil strife in the Lebanon.

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Aldershot: Gower, © (OCoLC) The Arab League and Peacekeeping in the Lebanon [Pogany, Istvan S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Arab League and Peacekeeping in the LebanonCited by: Arab League, popular name for the League of Arab States, formed in in an attempt to give political expression to the Arab nations.

The original charter members were Egypt, Iraq, Jordan (then known as Transjordan), Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. The Arab Deterrent Force (ADF; Arabic: قوات الردع العربية) was an international peacekeeping force created by the Arab League in the extraordinary Riyadh Summit on 17–18 Octoberattended only by heads of state from Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and decided to transform the 'token' Arab Security Force into the Arab Deterrent Force.

The Successes and Failures of the Arab League. To the meeting of the League in Riyadh inLebanon sent two rival delegations. Arab peacekeeping force, formed mainly by. The Arab League (Arabic: الجامعة العربية ‎ al-Jāmiʻa al-ʻArabiyya), formally the League of Arab States (Arabic: جامعة الدول العربية ‎ Jāmiʿa ad-Duwal al-ʿArabiyya), is a regional organization in the Arab world, which is located in Africa and Western Arab League was formed in Cairo on 22 March initially with six members: Egypt, Iraq Administrative center: Cairo, Egypt ᵃ.

See the author's forthcoming book: The Arab League and Peacekeeping in The Lebanon (). 22 Keesing's Contemporary Archives () Sections of the article are taken from the author's forthcoming book, The Arab League and Peacekeeping in the Lebanon, reproduced with the kind permission of Gower Publishing Company, by: 2.

CAIRO — The Arab League asked the United Nations Security Council on Sunday to send a peacekeeping mission to Syria, and it called on Arab nations to sever diplomatic relations with Damascus in. Assessment of U.S. Strategic Goals Through Peacekeeping Operations in the Lebanon Intervention.

Edwin Tran. This article is published as part of the Small Wars Journal and Divergent Options Writing Contest which ran from March 1, to More information about the writing contest can be found here. The United States’ intervention in the Lebanese Civil.

BEIRUT — The Arab League called Sunday for the creation of a joint Arab-United Nations peacekeeping mission to halt the escalating violence in Syria, as Syrian government forces sustained their.

Syria rejects Arab League call for peacekeeping mission This article is more than 8 years old Bashar al-Assad's government reportedly describes proposal to curb unrest as a 'flagrant interference. Israel Calls For Changes in UN Peacekeeping in Lebanon Thursday, 7 May, - A picture taken on Apin the northern Israeli town of Malkiya, on the border with Lebanon, shows Israeli soldiers monitoring the movement of United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) on the Lebanese side of the border.

The Arab League: From Establishment to Failure Th e twenty-two members are J ordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Palestinian National Authority, Syria (membership now-suspended). Assad against the Arab League.

When Syria’s Civil War is debated at Brussels’ conferences, the League’s role is largely neglected, despite significant LAS efforts, especially during the first months. As EEAS official Pisani emphasizes the League did play a role, but has now been replaced by the UN. The spread of demonstrations across Syria in first prompted.

Report by UN Lebanon Inquiry is One-Sided. Monday, Novem am Human Rights Council, Human Rights Council (UNHRC), Israel, League of Arab States, Lebanon, Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Press Releases, Reports & Submissions, Special Sessions, Terrorism, UN Watch, UN-Israel Controversies unwatch 0 A UN peacekeeping force was deployed in the Central African Republic inin response to fighting between Christian and Muslim militias following the overthrow of the government; the force superseded and absorbed an African Union contingent that had been deployed in the country in   BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept.

6—The Arab League's peace‐keeping force reported today that its troops on the line between Moslem and Christian sections of the capital had come under shelling for three. UN Peacekeeping in Lebanon, Somalia and Kosovo: Operational and Legal Issues in Practice.

Cambridge University Press. Istvan S. Pogany. The Arab League and Peacekeeping in the Lebanon. Martin's Press. William R. Polk. The Opening of South Lebanon, A Study of the Impact of the West on the Middle East. The Arab League on Friday declared Lebanon-based Shiite group Hezbollah a terrorist organization, a day after the Cairo-based body elected Ahmed Aboul Gheit, a former aide to ousted Egyptian.

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PRESS CONFERENCE BY league of arab states secretary-general The Palestinian question was the “number one” priority for the League of Arab States.

Lebanon was engulfed in civil war fromand a UN peacekeeping force known as UNIFIL has been in Lebanon since after Israel invaded parts of southern Lebanon. Since then, there have been major wars in and in between Israel and Hezbollah militants which claimed the lives of more than 1, people on both sides.

View CNN's Fast Facts to learn about the Arab League, an organization of 22 Middle Eastern and African countries and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).Author: CNN Editorial Research. Arab League to Press UN Security Council on Syria As violence continues unabated in Syria, the Arab League is set to ask the United Nations to take measures to protect civilians Gabe Kahn.

History of the Arab League 05/08/ Egypt invited Iraq, Trans-Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen to send their representatives to exchange views on the issue of unity. A Preparatory Committee, composed of these representatives in addition to a representative of the Arabs of Palestine, held a two-week meeting in Alexandria thus.

Arab League delivers harsh criticism of Iran and Hezbollah, but little action Holding back on Security Council resolution, foreign ministers say they will ‘brief’ the UN body on. One unexpected result of the Arab upheavals has been the renewed relevance of the member League of Arab States.

Long denigrated as a largely toothless organization, "a cross between the forces of fiction and futility," the league became an integral part of the diplomatic maneuvering in a number of areas. It provided crucial legitimacy for the Western Cited by: 6. Book Description: Born inthe United Nations came to life in the Arab world.

It was there that the UN dealt with early diplomatic challenges that helped shape its institutions such as peacekeeping and political mediation. Arab League labels Hezbollah a 'terrorist' group. The move, which was not backed by Lebanon and Iraq, comes after the Gulf Cooperation Council adopted the same stance.

The Arab League accused Iran of destabilizing the region and condemned Lebanon’s Iranian-backed Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, but stopped short of announcing any action against either.

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Arab League, regional organization of Arab states formed in Cairo in Its aims were to strengthen and coordinate political, cultural, economic, and social programs of its members and to mediate disputes involving its members. It became increasingly political in the s, especially amid internal disputes.There aren't many books on the "Arab League", which is actually called the League of Arab States (LAS) in the Arab world.

The LAS doesn't have a very usable website and doesn't post a lot of their stuff online, so this is a good primer in place of that. Read more. Helpful.4/5(1).Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah presented a vision of peace that was subsequently revised and adopted by the Arab League as a peace initiative that offered Israel "normal relations" in exchange for a withdrawal to the borders and resolution of the Palestinian refugee issue.