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U.N. members owe $2 billion in debt to peacekeeping, U.S. owes...

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U.N. member states owe nearly $2 billion (1.54 billion pounds) in peacekeeping funds, United Nations chief Antonio Guterres has warned, with the United States...

Feature: Women in peacekeeping

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Cpl. Laker Doris Patricia of the Ugandan People's Defence Force drove a large supply truck every day. She carried everything from bullets...

ISS: South Africa’s vital role in the future of peacekeeping

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By 1 January 2019 South Africa will be one of Africa's three representatives on the UN Security Council. The country can use...

UN peacekeeping chief on challenges ahead

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United Nations peacekeeping remains one of the most effective tools to respond to today's challenges of global peace and security writes Jean-Pierre...

UN peacekeeping chief on challenges ahead

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United Nations peacekeeping remains one of the most effective tools to respond to today's challenges of global peace and security writes Jean-Pierre...

Feature: Protecting civilians in times of conflict

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In asymmetric wars, more needs to be done to protect people caught in the middle A small bus loaded with 24 people from...

African peacekeeping under the spotlight

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The intricacies and politics of peacekeeping came under the spotlight today at the fourth annual Peacekeeping and Logistics Africa conference in Pretoria. It...

Female participation strengthens peacekeeping protection efforts

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U.S. Army Africa collaborates with its African partners to increase the ability of peacekeepers to protect civilians in an increasingly dangerous field...

South Africa looking to involve BRICS more in peace support operations

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One of many discussion points during the recent BRICS summit in South Africa was more involvement of the bloc in peacekeeping. Putting the...

ISS: Political action is required to save peacekeepers’ lives

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Today, 29 May, is International Day of United Nations (UN) Peacekeepers, established to acknowledge the contributions of peacekeepers and honour those who...

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