“Push” and “Pull” Factors in Foreign Policy: A Case Study of Austrian Participation in International Peace Operations, 1960–2015
This analysis examines the evolution of Austrian participation in international peace—and peacekeeping—operations from 1960 to the present. In doing so, the emphasis is not on the missions themselves, nor the role played by Austrian contingents over the years in various theatres of operation.1 Rather, this exegesis scrutinises the political motivation behind the decision to deploy peacekeepers, to which extent these were conscientious decisions taken by the government for specific reasons, and the role played by other factors.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 2, 2015