Regional peacekeeping operations: Complementing or undermining the united nations security council?

@article{Bure2006RegionalPO,
  title={Regional peacekeeping operations: Complementing or undermining the united nations security council?},
  author={Oldřich Bure{\vs}},
  journal={Global Change, Peace & Security},
  year={2006},
  volume={18},
  pages={83 - 99}
}
  • Oldřich Bureš
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Global Change, Peace & Security
  • This article provides an analysis of the perils and benefits of regional peacekeeping operations (PKOs), with a special focus on their ability to serve as a complement to and/or enhancement of their United Nations (UN) counterparts. The author contends that there are two sides to the debate about the regionalization of peacekeeping. On one hand, regional PKOs offer a number of advantages to their purely UN counterparts, primarily due to their proximity to conflict zones, common culture, and… CONTINUE READING
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