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新時代の国連平和維持活動

UN Peacekeeping Doctrine in a New Era : Adapting to Stabilisation, Protection and New Threats

(Global Institutions Series ; : 125.)

De Coning, Cedric (EDT)   Aoi, Chiyuki (EDT)   Karlsrud, John (EDT)

Routledge 2017/02
329 p. illustrations ; 22 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138226746
装丁違いISBN: 1138226750
KCN: 1026399264
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KDC: D233 軍事・安全保障・平和研究
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This edited volume offers a thorough review of peacekeeping theory and reality in contemporary contexts, and aligns the two to help inform practice. Recent UN peacekeeping operations have challenged the traditional peacekeeping principles of consent, impartiality and the minimum use of force. The pace and scope of these changes have now reached a tipping point, as the new mandates are fundamentally challenging the continued validity of the UN peacekeeping's core principles and identity. In response the volume analyses the growing gap between these actual practices and existing UN peacekeeping doctrine, exploring how it undermines the effectiveness of UN operations, and endangers lives, arguing that a common doctrine is a critical starting point for effective multi-national operations. In order to determine the degree to which this general principle applies to the current state of UN peacekeeping, this book: Provides a review of conceptual and doctrinal developments in UN peacekeeping operations through a historical perspective Examines the debate related to peace operations doctrine and concepts among key Member States Focuses on the actual practice of peacekeeping by conducting case studies of several UN peacekeeping missions in order to identify gaps between practice and doctrine Critically analyses gaps between emerging peacekeeping practice and existing doctrine Recommends that the UN moves beyond the peacekeeping principles and doctrine of the past Combining empirical case-based studies on UN peace operations, with studies on the views and policies of key UN Security Council members that generate these mandates, and views of key contributors of UN peacekeepers, this volume will be of great use to policy-makers; UN officials and peace operations practitioners; and academics working on peace and conflict/security studies, international organizations and conflict management.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Addressing the Emerging Gap between Concepts, Doctrine and Practice in UN Peacekeeping Operations [Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning and John Karlsrud] Part I: Doctrinal Debates U.S. Doctrine and the Challenge of Peace Operations [William Flavin] The United Kingdom and UN Peacekeeping [David Curran and Paul D. Williams] France and the Evolution of UN Peacekeeping Doctrine [Alexandra Novosseloff and Thierry Tardy] China's Evolving Doctrine on UN Peacekeeping [He Yin] The Russian Perspective on UN Peacekeeping: Today and Tomorrow [Maxim Bratersky and Alexander Lukin] The Large Contributors and UN Peacekeeping Doctrine [Seun Abiola, Cedric de Coning, Eduarda Hamann and Chander Prakash] Part II: UN Peacekeeping Practice Supporting the Formation of New States and Administrations: South Sudan, Kosovo and Timor Leste [Mateja Peter and Diana Felix da Costa] Protection of Civilians in Absence of Peace Agreements: Darfur, Chad/CAR, Haiti & Cote d'Ivoire [John Karlsrud and Ingvild M. Gjelsvik] Protecting Governments from Insurgencies: The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mali [Stian Kjeksrud and Lotte Vermeij] Part III: Emerging Issues Exploiting the Sea: Naval Involvement in UN Peacekeeping: Prospects and Difficulties [Ian Bowers] New Technologies and UN Peacekeeping Operations [John Karlsrud] Conclusion: Towards a United Nations Stabilization Doctrine: Stabilization as an Emerging UN Practice [Cedric de Coning, Chiyuki Aoi and John Karlsrud]