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Aggestam on international peace monitoring in Hebron

Karin Aggestam has authored the contribution “Third-party Intervention and International Monitoring in the City of Hebron” in the report “The Impact of Third-Party Mechanisms in Conflict Resolution: Lessons Learned from the Temporary International Presence in Hebron” published by the Norwegian Refugee Council.

Karin’s contribution analyses the temporary international observer force, TIPH, that was established in Hebron, the West Bank in 1997 as part of the Middle East Peace process. The TIPH mission ended in 2019 after the Israeli government decided not to renew the agreement.

Downlead and read the chapter on the Norwegian Refugee Council’s website

Karin Aggestam’s personal page