The evolution of peacekeeping : The question of success in peace operations

Buda, Gergely (2012) The evolution of peacekeeping : The question of success in peace operations. Outstanding Student Paper, BCE, Nemzetközi tanulmányok szekció - A nemzetközi politika elméleti és aktuális dilemmái.

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Abstract

In this paper I attempt to answer the question of success in peace operations. Peacekeeping’s comprehensive goal is to impose Johan Galtung’s positive peace, namely the permanent absence of structural violence. My main argument is that both quantitative and qualitative factors matter in managing a successful mission. Besides, I collected some critical issues about peace operation’s performance that also can influence the outcome. I come to the conclusion that the United Nations was reflective to the vehement criticism and tried to build new elements into its peacekeeping framework.

Item Type:Outstanding Student Paper
Notes:3. helyezett
Subjects:International relations
ID Code:5285
Deposited By: Eszter Dolinka
Deposited On:24 Oct 2012 07:47
Last Modified:02 Jul 2016 20:51

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