UN Peace Operations and Changes in the Global Order: Evolution, Adaptation, and Resilience
Book title: United Nations Peace Operations in a Changing Global Order
Changes in the global order are contributing to a more pragmatic era of UN peace operations. Peace operations are likely to become less intrusive and more supportive of locally-led solutions. Three overarching themes are identified. First, the degree to which a peace operation contributes to strategic political coherence will become a key measure of its effectiveness. Second, the principle of minimum use of force is likely to remain a defining feature of peace operations. Third, the scope of peace operations mandates may be trimmed down to focus on protection, stability, and politics. Whilst UN peace operations have shown a capacity to continuously adapt to new challenges, they will also remain resiliently identifiable by their enduring principles of peacekeeping.
- Published year: 2019
- Full version: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-99106-1_15
- Page count: 344
- Language: Engelsk
- Pages: 297 - 317