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UN Peace Operations
Evolution of Doctrine, Practice and Integration of Human Rights Issues

  • Ravindran Daniel - Human rights lawyer and an independent expert member representing the Asia Pacific region in the UN Human Rights Council’s Working Group on Mercenaries


January 2022 | 328 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
UN Peace Operations: Evolution of Doctrine, Practice and Integration of Human Rights Issues examines the UN Charter and other associated documents that laid the foundations for peace operations, discussing the evolution of peacekeeping doctrine in the pre- and post-Cold War years. It reviews the incorporation of new thematic areas in peace operations and studies the human rights components in them.

The book examines UN’s response to global peace and security issues in the last 70 years and discusses the national, regional and global contexts in which the peace operations were deployed. Operations of importance are analysed by providing background to the conflicts and discussing the challenges faced. The book includes insights from the author’s first-hand experiences in Timor-Leste (East Timor), Libya and Sudan and offers policy recommendations. It would be of interest to scholars of politics, international relations, law, sociology, modern history and, especially, peace and conflict studies.
 
Foreword by Ian Martin
 
Acknowledgements
 
Introduction
 
Legal Framework, Initial Doctrinal Evolution and Thematic Classification of Operations
 
Operations Contributing to Decolonization and Responding to Post-Independence Crisis
 
Operations Deployed in Conflicts Arising from the Cold War and Its Aftermath
 
Operations Responding to Intra-state Conflicts
 
Operations Deployed in Conflicts due to Transition to Democracy from Authoritarian Rule
 
Operations Deployed Post US-led Interventions
 
Second Phase in the Evolution of Peace Operations Doctrine: 1992—2015
 
Use of Force: An Unresolved Issue of UN Peace Operations
 
Integration of Thematic Areas in Peace Operations
 
Human Rights Component in Operation: First Phase—1990–1998
 
Human Rights Component in Operations: Second Phase—Post 2000
 
Human Rights Component in Operations: Case Studies of Timor-Leste, Sudan and Libya
 
Bibliography
 
Index

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ISBN: 9789354792212
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