INTL4280_Mar6

INTL4280_Mar6 - i Negotiates with states • Problems with...

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Thursday, 6 March 2008 UN Peacekeeping Missions Types (post Cold War) – 2 super powers handled conflicts during Cold War a. Negotiate settlement b. Manage unresolved conflicts between states c. Resolve conflicts internally i. Humanitarian crises ii. Crimes against humanity – genocide iii. Spill-over Problems with: a. Political issues b. Security Council c. International law – being forced i. Zero sum competition ii. Vague iii. Cost sharing d. Mandate – use of force only for self-defense
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Unformatted text preview: i. Negotiates with states • Problems with UN peacekeeping o No leverage o Other factors (non-UN) • Problems with UN peace building 1. Different agendas – noncooperation 2. Lack of guidelines 3. Lack of enforcement power • Conflict resolution 1. Third party powerful 2. Developing state 3. Regional organizations – wealthier, less dissention in the ranks 4. International NGOs – can’t do much with conflict resolution...
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