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Conference paper Conference paper Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue
Title:[EUFOR Tchad/RCA: revisited]
Editor:Feichtinger, WalterISNI
City of publisher:Wien
Publisher:Republik Österreich, Bundesminister für Landesverteidigung und Sport, BMLVS
Geographic terms:Central African Republic
Subjects:peacekeeping operations
European Union
conference papers (form)
External link:http://www.bmlv.gv.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/eufor_tchad_revisited.pdf
Abstract:In October 2009, the Institute for Peace Support and Conflict Management at the Austrian National Defence Academy in Vienna convened a workshop on 'EUFOR Tchad/RCA revisited' in order to analyse the crisis management in the border region of Sudan, Chad and the Central African Republic. This book, which resulted from the workshop, aims to cover the issue in question from different perspectives. The guiding questions were the mandate and how it was implemented and the impact of the mission on the region. EUFOR Tchad/RCA, or European Union Force Chad/CAR, was the first autonomous military operation of the EU, authorized in late 2007. Contributions: EUFOR Tchad/RCA revisited - a synopsis (Gerald Hainzl and Walter Feichtinger); An assessment of EUFOR Chad/CAR (Roland Marchal); EUFOR Chad/CAR: a regional solution for a regional problem? (David Lanz); State-internal actors in the armed conflict in Chad (Günter Pamminger); Investigation of the economic growth and development in the Republic of Chad (Markus Maruszczak); EUFOR Chad/RCA revisited: economic effects of the operation (Norbert Feldhofer); The economic effects of EUFOR Tchad/RCA on the local economy of eastern Chad (Lorenz M. Strolz); From EUFOR to MINURCAT force (United Nations Mission in CAR/Chad): a MINURCAT force headquarters perspective (Gerald Aherne); Security of humanitarian organizations (Ute Kollies and Sophie Reck). The annex contains UN Security Council Resolution 1778 (2007). [ASC Leiden abstract]