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United Nations Mission in Haiti

Need footnote refernces and bibliography.
Paper use Chicago Tyle Manual or its Turabian offshoot.

The United Nations has an extensive and honorable history of initiating missions of peacekeeping and support for the nation of Haiti. The UN first stepped in in 1986 after the exodus of “President for Life,” Jean-Claude Duvalier, with an observer group (ONUVEH) to oversee the elections. Since that time, the UN has had to step repeatedly and continuously for missions of support (UNMIH, UNSMIH), to aid in periods of transition (UNTMIH), to aid with a civilian police mission (MIPONUH) and the ongoing stabilization mission (MINUSTAH) as Haiti has undergone disaster after disaster. This report will address and discuss these missions and the vital role of the United Nations in support of Haiti.

Anticipated Bibliography
Information Technology Section/ Department of Public Information. “UNITED NATIONSMISSION IN HAITI.” United Nations. Available from http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/missions/past/unmih.htm. Internet;

Information Technology Section/ Department of Public Information. “UNITED NATIONSSUPPORT MISSION IN HAITI.” United Nations. Available from http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/missions/past/unsmih.htm. Internet

Peace and Security Section of the Department of Public Information in cooperation with the Department of Peacekeeping Operations. “MINUSTAH.” United Nations. Available from http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/missions/minustah/index.shtml. Internet;

Ram, Sunil. History of the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations Following the Cold War: 1998 TO 1996. Harvey J, Langholtz. New York: United Nations, 2008.

Ram, Sunil. History of the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations From Retrenchment To Resurgence: 1997TO 2006. Harvey J, Langholtz. New York: United Nations, 2008.

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