Peace operations comprise peacekeeping – the provision of temporary postconflict security by internationally mandated forces – and peacebuilding – those efforts undertaken by the international community to help a war-torn society create a self-sustaining peace.
By Sarah Bosha:
In 1995, during the Bosnian war, Serbian forces overran a ‘safe area’ in Srebrenica, resulting in the death of 6,000 Muslim men and boys. Then British Prime Minister… Read More »
Many Fear Violence in South Sudan as Nearly 100,000 Seek Shelter at UN
Focus Group Findings Released on Eve of Major Peacekeeping Summit
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This brief synthesizes voices of internally displaced persons seeking protection at United Nations peacekeeping operation bases in Juba, South Sudan. In early August 2014, the Stimson… Read More »
By Alison Giffen:
The U.N. Security Council delegation visiting South Sudan last week came face-to-face with a troubling reality: The country has been seized by an eight-month civil… Read More »
By Rachel Stohl and Jessica Kosmider:
Fifty heads of state from African governments are meeting to conclude the U.S.-Africa Summit in Washington, DC today. Yet missing from the agenda… Read More »
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April 15, 2014
Alison Giffen speaks on recent trip to Central African Republic
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Andre Le Sage on Somalia
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Presidential Inbox 2009: William Durch on Peacekeeping Operations