This book was written in response to the growing body of scholarship surrounding the contemporary role and efficacy of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping in complex security environments—such as atrocity crimes and other such situations where the nature of war and conflict is making civilians particularly vulnerable to physical violence and other forms of insecurities—and proffers the notion that any forward evolution or expansion of UN peacekeeping cannot exist in normative isolation.
|Title of host publication
|Perspectives on Peacekeeping and Atrocity Prevention
|David Curran, Trudy Fraser, Larry Roeder, Robert Zuber
|Published - 2015