Peacekeeping: Improving Performance – Dilemmas and Goals

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Nov 03, 2018 | Egmont Institute, Nina Wilén

The adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2436 on UN peacekeeping is the latest development in a debate on improving peacekeeping performance. Africa’s status as both the largest provider of troops and the continent hosting most peace operations, positions it at the heart of this discussion. In this publication by the Egmont Institute, Nina Wilén examines the possibility of  more troop contributions from states with advanced military capability and better training. She highlights challenges with training troops from (semi)-authoritarian and post-conflict states and points to the importance of improving civil-military relations in order to enhance peacekeeping performance.


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