Africa and UN Peace Operations: Implications for the Future Role of Regional Organisations
Book title: United Nations Peace Operations in a Changing Global Order
Over the last decade and a half, Africa’s peace operations capacity has significantly increased. African states have deployed operations of their own and they now contribute half of all UN peacekeepers. The African Union (AU) and the UN have developed a strategic partnership that plays out at the political, policy, and operational levels, and reflects the reality that neither will deploy peace operations in Africa without close consultations and some form of cooperation with the other. While the UN peacekeeping model is not found to be well-suited to enforcement, counter-terrorism or trans-national operations, the AU, sub-regional organisations and ad hoc regional coalitions have developed capabilities designed to address these challenges. These African capabilities help relieve the pressure on the UN to conduct such operations.
- Utgivelsesår: 2019
- Fullversjon: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-99106-1_11
- Antall sider: 344
- Språk: Engelsk
- Sider: 213 - 229