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CAMBODIA. CAUSES The 1950s French colonization left political instability and civil unrest which was fuelled by the spill over of the Vietnam war. Three.

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1 CAMBODIA

2 CAUSES The 1950s French colonization left political instability and civil unrest which was fuelled by the spill over of the Vietnam war. Three factions opposed the Phnom Penh government.

3 REASONS FOR AUS (UN) INVOLVMENT U.N was involved to stabilize the region. Organised negotiations between the 4 opposing forces. Ceasefire was achieved. Australia was one of the countries involved in assuring the terms cease fire was followed through.

4 Roles Performed by Aus Contributed to military and civilian police personnel. A military communications unit of 40. An air unit of four utility helicopters and one fixed-wing aircraft.

5 KEY DATES + OPERATIONS Duration: October September 1993 UNAMIC/ UNTAC

6 ACHIEVMENTS Cease fire was mostly maintained. Few casualties after U.N involvement. Elections were held for the Cambodian people to choose their government. 90% participation. U.N oversaw transition to civil rule from severe unrest.

7 MISSION SUCCESS 92% successful. Khmer Rouge where not dealt with.


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