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Peacekeeping in the Soviet Successor States
The Institute was very pleased that Dr Roy Allison, one of the leading British scholars in the field of Russian security affairs, accepted its invitation to prepare this Chaillot Paper. The issue of crisis management and conflict prevention in post-communist Europe is an issue which has already been addressed by the Institute in earlier Chaillot Papers, and this paper takes the discussion further by looking at the problems arising over peacekeeping in the member states of the CIS. The paper was discussed at a meeting held at the Institute in April 1994; it has been revised by Dr Allison in the light of comments made on that occasion, and reflects events that occurred up to September 1994. We believe it will make a valuable contribution to the discussion of what is currently one of the critical security issues in our continent.