Between 1995 and 1999, the United Nations established transitional administrations over four war-torn territories -- East Timor, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eastern Slavonia, and Kosovo. These transitional civil administrations began as part of a peace agreement and have or will end with either independence of the territory, as with East Timor, or the reuniting of a war-torn state, as with Eastern Slavonia’s return to Croatia. As of this writing, the United Nations’ mission in Kosovo has not ended.
Much has been written about these U.N. missions. This bibliography lists English-language articles, books, and reports that discuss the United Nations’ transitional administrations of these four territories. I have attempted to include everything that discusses this particular aspect of the United Nations’ peacekeeping missions in depth.
"International Transitional Administration: The United Nations in East Timor, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eastern Slavonia, and Kosovo – A Bibliography,"
International Journal of Legal Information:
1, Article 7.
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