The following analysis appears in Volume 4, Issue 3 of the Peace Science Digest. Citation: Krahmann, E. & Leander, A. (2019).
The following analysis appears in Volume 4, Issue 2 of the Peace Science Digest. Citation: Allouche, J. & Jackson, P. (2019). Zones
Citation: Julian, R. & Gasser, R. (2018). Soldiers, civilians and peacekeeping—Evidence and false assumptions. International Peacekeeping, forthcoming (available online). Think
The following analysis is from Volume 3, Issue 3 of the Peace Science Digest. Citation: Gleditsch, K. S., Hug, S.,
Research has shown that, in most cases, armed UN peacekeepers help protect civilian lives. However, militarizing any part of a peace process is dangerous and is often met with unintended consequences.
An upcoming policy forum by the International Peace Institute will explore tensions between the pursuit of political solutions and the protection of civilians in the context of UN peacekeeping missions. Peace Science shows how the "robust" turn in UN peacekeeping has resulted in unintended consequences to civilians and the peacebuilding process.
The following analysis is from Volume 3, Issue 2 of the Peace Science Digest Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) was the
This analysis is from Volume 3, Issue 1 of the Peace Science Digest Debates on civilian protection in war zones have
United Nations (UN) peacekeeping has evolved in recent years. It originally involved the placement of impartial military forces between belligerents