Nadin: The Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping

Nadin: The Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping

Peter Nadin has published The Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping (Routledge 2018). Contents include:

  • Jim Della-Giacoma, The case of East Timor: Ancient history or the shape of things to come?
  • Mark Malan, Action adapted to circumstance: Peacekeeping doctrine and the use of force
  • Carlos Chagas Vianna Braga, Between absolute war and absolute peacekeeping
  • Cedric de Coning, Implications of stabilisation mandates for the use of force in UN peace operations
  • Stian Kjeksrud & Alexander Beadle, Understanding the utility of the UN military component to protect civilians in different scenarios
  • Walter Dorn, Protecting civilians with force: Lessons and dilemmas from the UN Stabilisation Mission in Haiti
  • Charles Hunt, The ‘All necessary means’, to what ends? The unintended consequences of the use of force by UN Peacekeepers
  • Peter Nadin, The logic of force in UN peacekeeping: A policy primer
  • Tim Ford, Leadership in UN Missions
  • David Curran, The use of force and the civil-military dimension
  • Darryl Watters, Generating the ability: The challenges of force generation
  • James Sloan, UN peacekeeping and international law

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