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Title Unintended consequences of peacekeeping operations / edited by Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning, and Ramesh Thakur.
Imprint Tokyo ; New York : United Nations University Press, 2007.

Subject United Nations -- Peacekeeping forces.
United Nations -- Armed Forces.
Alt Name Aoi, Chiyuki.
青井, 千由紀.
De Coning, Cedric.
Thakur, Ramesh, 1948-
Description 1 online resource (xix, 292 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Peacekeeping operations have unintended consequences -- this has long been ignored by both practitioners and researchers. The deployment of a large number of soldiers, police officers and civilian personnel inevitably has various effects on the host society and economy, not all of which are in keeping with the peacekeeping mandate and intent or are easily discernible prior to the intervention. Such unintended consequences are especially serious when they cause harm to the local community, as in the case of sexual abuse and exploitation, corruption or the creation of a false economy. Unintended side-effects can also negatively affect the ability of the peacekeeping mission to achieve its mandate. This book is an attempt to improve understanding of unintended consequences of peacekeeping operations, by bringing together field experiences and academic analysis. It covers consequences on individuals and groups of individuals, on the host society and economy, and on the troop-contributing countries. It also analyzes the degree to which the United Nations has tried to manage some of these side effects, as well as the United Nations' accountability in the context of the international legal framework. The aim of the book is not to discredit peace operations but rather to improve the way in which such operations are planned and managed. The book identifies the need to develop a culture of accountability, which should include institutionalizing processes aimed at anticipating unintended consequences as a routine part of all planning cycles, and the monitoring of effects, including unintended effects, so that proactive steps can be taken to prevent and manage negative side effects as early as possible.--Publisher's description.
Contents Unintended consequences for individuals and groups -- Unintended consequences, complex peace operations and peacebuilding systems / Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning and Ramesh Thakur -- The unintended consequences of peace operations on Timor Leste from a gender perspective / Shukuko Koyama and Henri Myrttinen -- Protecting civilians from UN peacekeepers and humanitarian workers: sexual exploitation and abuse / Vanessa Kent -- Host economies, humanitarian action and civil -- military coordination -- The unintended consequences of peace operations on the host economy from a people's perspective / Katarina Ammitzbll -- The unintended consequences of peace operations on humanitarian action / Shin-wha Lee -- The unintended consequences of civil -- military cooperation in peace operations / Stuart Gordon -- Troop-contributing countries -- The unintended consequences of peace operations for troop-contributing countries from West Africa: the case of Ghana / Kwesi Aning -- The unintended consequences of United Nations peace operations for troop-contributing countries from South Asia / C.S.R. Murthy -- The unintended consequences of peace operations for troop-contributing countries in South America: the case of Argentina and Uruguay / Arturo C. Sotomayor -- Accountability -- The accountability of personnel associated with peacekeeping operations / Franoise J. Hampson and Ai Kihara-Hunt -- A beacon of light in the dark? The United Nations' experience with peace operations ombudspersons as illustrated by the ombudsperson institution in Kosovo / Florian F. Hoffmann -- The vicarious responsibility of the United Nations / Frederic Megret -- Conclusion: can unintended consequences be prevented, contained and managed? / Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning and Ramesh Thakur.
Access Use copy Restrictions unspecified star
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
Note digitized 2010 HathiTrust Digital Library committed to preserve pda
Print version record.
English.
ISBN 9789280871111 (electronic bk.)
9280871110 (electronic bk.)
9280811428 (pbk.)
9789280811421 (pbk.)
1281253049
9781281253040
9789280811421 (pbk.)
1281253073
9781281253071
9786611253042
6611253041
OCLC # 227210606
Additional Format Print version: Unintended consequences of peacekeeping operations. Tokyo ; New York : United Nations University Press, 2007 9789280811421 9280811428 (DLC) 2007003294 (OCoLC)81252668



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