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Part I. Strategy and Policy: 1. Peacekeeping after the Gulf War: Australian defence policy: 1991; 2. Peacekeeping in the new world order: Australia's response: 1991-1996; Part II. Cambodia: 3. From Angkor Wat to Pol Pot: Cambodia to 1988; 4. Law and order on the border: the Australian federal police and the UN border relief organisation, 1989-1993; 5. An Australian peace proposal: the Cambodian peace agreement: 1989-1991; 6. First into Phnom Penh: the Australian army contingent in the UN advance mission in Cambodia: 1991-1992; 7. The roadblock: Australians in the UN transitional authority in Cambodia, February-May 1992; 8. Change in plan: Australians in the UN transitional authority in Cambodia, June-December 1992; 9. 'Democracy's surprise triumph': Australians in the UN transitional authority in Cambodia: 1993; 10. Developing operation banner: Australian military assistance to Cambodia: 1994-1997; 11. Winding up operation banner: the end of Australian military assistance to Cambodia: 1997-1999; Part III. Western Sahara: 12. A good international citizen: Australia's commitment to Western Sahara: 1990-1991; 13. Backbone of the mission: the Australians in Western Sahara: 1991-1994; Part IV. Former Yugoslavia: 14. Roads not taken: Australian peacekeeping in the Former Yugoslavia: 1991-1996; 15. A modest commitment: Australian peacekeepers in the Former Yugoslavia: 1997-2004; Part V. Watch on Iraq: 16. A new type of commitment: humanitarian relief in Kurdistan: May-June 1991; 17. Disarming Iraq: sanctions and weapons inspection: 1991-1992; 18. A limited liability: Australia and the hunt for Saddam's weapons: 1993-1997; 19. UNSCOM and the US alliance: Australia re-commits forces to the Gulf: 1997-1999.

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Volume 3 of the official history of Australian peacekeeping, humanitarian and post-cold war operations explores Australia's involvement in six missions.

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David Horner is a Professor of Australian Defence History at the Australian National University. Dr John Connor is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of New South Wales.

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