タイトルUnited Nations Peacekeeping Challenge: The Importance of the Integrated Approach (Global Security in a Changing World)
著者・編者
  • Anna Powles
  • Negar Partow
出版社;Routledge
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781472432469
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Drawing from a diverse range of military, policing, academic and policymakers’ experiences, this book seeks to provide solutions of how national militaries and police can work together to better support future United Nations peacekeeping operations. It addresses the growing tension between increasing non-combat related responsibilities being placed on land forces and the ability of UN peacekeeping forces to fulfil the demands of government and development tasks in fragile and conflict-affected environments. An original contribution to the debate on UN peacekeeping reforms that includes constructing an enhanced partnership for peacekeeping; building on renewed commitment to share the burden and for regional cooperation; providing peacekeepers with the necessary capabilities to protect civilians; and supporting nations in transition from conflict to stabilisation. This book offers the very latest in informed analysis and decision-making on UN peacekeeping reform.

著者について

Mr Nick Nelson is a lecturer with the Centre for Defence and Security Studies, Massey University. He has extensive academic and professional experience in security as well as an academic background in organisational psychology. His research interests lie in the areas of Asia-Pacific security and security psychology. Dr Negar Partow is a Senior Lecturer with the Centre for Defence and Security Studies at Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand. She received her Masters’ degrees from Iran and New Zealand and completed her PhD in Victoria University of Wellington. Dr Partow is a researcher on Middle East languages, politics, religions, human rights and international security. Dr Anna Powles is a Senior Lecturer with the Centre for Defence and Security Studies at Massey University. She specialises in civil-military relations, peace support operations, security sector development, humanitarian action and conflict with a focus on Southeast Asia and the Pacific. She holds a PhD from Australian National University and is the founder of Women in International Security New Zealand.

目次
  • Contents: Foreword, Herve Ladsous; 
  • Introduction, Anna Powles, Negar Partow and Nick Nelson. 
  • Part I Advancing Unity of Effort: 
  • Challenges of 21st-century peace operations in a United Nations context, Ameerah Haq; Unity of effort in UN peacekeeping, Alex J. Bellamy; 
  • Reflections of a UN commander on advancing unity of effort in peace support operations, Patrick D. Nyamvumba; 
  • Advancing unity of effort in peacekeeping operations, Waspam Irwansyah. 
  • Part II The Challenges for Land Forces: Perspective on the challenges, opportunities and imperatives for mission success in Afghanistan and Timor-Leste, Martin Dransfield; 
  • The challenges for land forces in peace support operations, Moses Bisong Obi; Is the sum greater than the parts? The challenges for land forces in support of peacekeeping operations, D. Craig Aitchison; 
  • Current issues facing land forces and measures by the UN to improve performance, Jens Winther Andersen. 
  • Part III Duty of Care: Saving Soldiers: 
  • UN peacekeeping safety and security in the 21st century: towards an agenda of reform, Scott Sheeran; Private battles: the emotional cost of military operations, John Cantwell; 
  • Processes to support psychological well-being in deployed personnel, Dianne Gardner, Veronica Hopner, Angela McNaught, Nick Nelson and Kerry Chamberlain; 
  • Mental health and combat veterans, Carl Andrew Castro and Sherrie Leigh Wilcox; 
  • The duty of care and peacekeeping: mental health disorder in the Australian Defense, Alexander C. McFarlane. 
  • Part IV Challenges in Sharing the Peace Operations Space: The Sahel Crisis as a harbinger of future peacekeeping challenges, Caroline F. Ziemke-Dickens; 
  • Local ownership in the security sector space: lessons from Timor-Leste and the Solomon Islands, Anna Powles; 
  • Teaming for success, William Flavin; Conclusion, Anna Powles, Negar Partow and Nick Nelson. Bibliography; 
  • Index.