The UN urgently needs to reform peacekeeping to restore accountability in its missions, and so to fulfil the core idea of protecting civilians.Read More »
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Fragile Democracy or Fragile Authoritarianism? The Prospect of Elections and a Failed Coup d’Etat in Burundi
Burundi is on the verge of returning to a conflict which was believed to be left behind.Read More »
Robust UN Peacekeeping and Private Military and Security Companies
The contracting of such PMSC for UN activities is highly controversial and frequently regarded as problematic and dangerous.Read More »
The UNSC Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security: An Effective Framework?
The Women, Peace and Security framework aims to improve women’s rights in conflict and post-conflict situationsRead More »
The DPRK: A challenge to the international normative framework?
DPRK’s ignorance of international norms does not only pose a risk to international peace and security, but also a threat to the concept of internationalism.Read More »