The Security Council could strengthen this approach by avoiding having a normative language for the mandate on which certain political processes or peace agreements would be necessary. Instead, the Council could set strategic objectives and let mission leadership determine how best to achieve those goals and how the peace agreement should play a central role. The integration of this analytical approach could help both the Security Council and the heads of mission to implement the requirement of “policy primacy” in the Hippo-Democratic report, without limiting their efforts to the often erroneous conditions of peace agreements. The Treaty of Versaille is arguably the most infamous peace treaty and is held responsible by many historians for the rise of Nazism in Germany and the outbreak of World War II in 1939. The costly reparations that Germany had to pay to the victors, the fact that Germany had to assume sole responsibility for the beginning of the war and the severe restrictions on German rearmament were all in the Treaty of Versaille and caused great discontent in Germany. The question of whether or not the treaty can be held responsible for the opening of another war is an example of the difficulties associated with peace. But such a conflict did not result from a more criminal settlement with the Ottoman Empire. 107 Three conventions were signed on 19 February 1959: the basic structure of the Republic of Cyprus; guarantee contract between the Republic of Cyprus and Greece, the United Kingdom and Turkey; Treaty on the Alliance between the Republic of Cyprus, Greece and Turkey, reprinted in documents on international affairs 1959 (Kinged, Gillian., 1963), available from ; see also Jeffrey, L. Dunoff, Steven, R. Ratner, Wippman, David, International Law: Norms, Actors, Process: A Problem-Oriented Approach 33-66 (2002); David Wippman, International Law and Ethnic Conflict in Cyprus, 31 Tex. Int`l L.J. 141 (1996).
Peace agreements have traditionally been seen as cornerstones of peacekeeping. The UN Security Council generally calls for support for the implementation of peace agreements, which is one of the top priorities of the mandate of peacekeeping missions. Peace agreements also played an important role in the analysis of the High Level Independent Group on Peace Operations (IRS), which called on peace operations to recognize the “primacy of politics”. There are many possible issues that can be included in a peace treaty, such as: making politics the first place, but does not necessarily mean putting peace agreements first. Instead, some former heads of mission and experts propose a broader approach, fuelled by an analysis of the interests and capabilities of stakeholders in a conflict. This can help a mission identify and act on the energyers who may be excluded or overshadowed by a peace agreement. Using stakeholder analysis as a policy starting point can help peacekeeping missions respond more coherently and comprehensively to security challenges. The contract was signed between Ramesses II and HatusiliIII III during the twenty-first year of Ramesse`s reign (c. 1258 BC.C.). Its eighteen articles call for peace between Egypt and Hatti, and then affirm that their people also demand peace. It contains many elements found in more modern treaties, but it is broader than the mere explanation of subsequent treaties on the end of hostilities.
It also includes a reciprocity pact in case one of the empires is attacked by a third party or in the event of an internal dispute.