Guy Hammond

Former Research Associate

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Guy Hammond is a Research Associate with the Future of Peace Operations Program at the Stimson Center.  Since joining FOPO in 2009, he has worked on issues relating to the prevention of mass atrocities and the protection of civilians in peacekeeping operations. Before coming to Stimson, Guy spent time working with the Genocide Intervention Network (GI-NET). He holds a BA in International Studies from Miami University and spent a semester abroad in Buenos Aires studying genocide and human rights.


Guy can be contacted by phone at 202-478-2679 or by email at [email protected].

Research & Writing

Commentary
Saving Port-Au-Prince: United Nations Efforts To Protect Civilians In Haiti In 2006–2007

Policy makers, practitioners, and experts alike have increasingly identified the protection of civilians as a priority for United Nations peacekeeping operations and as key to mission success. A 2009 independent study commissioned by the United Nations…

Commentary
Saving Port-au-Prince: United Nations Efforts to Protect Civilians in Haiti in 2006

Policy makers, practitioners, and experts alike have increasingly identified the protection of civilians as a priority for United Nations peacekeeping operations and as key to mission success. A 2009 independent study commissioned by the United Nations…

Commentary
Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping: Reform Requests and Initiatives of the Secretariat

Since 1999, ten UN peacekeeping operations have been mandated to protect civilians from the ‘imminent threat of physical violence.’ Over the next ten years, UN peacekeepers struggled to fulfill this mandate as belligerents in a variety of conflicts exp…

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