Hybrid missions: a promising model resolving the global–regional debate

Popovski, Vesselin and Fath-Lihic, Annette, "Hybrid missions: a promising model resolving the global–regional debate" in The UN and the regions: third world report on regional integration ed. Francis Baert, Tânia Felício and Philippe De Lombaerde Lombaerde (2012), 149-157.

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  • Author Popovski, Vesselin
    Fath-Lihic, Annette
    Book Editor Francis Baert
    Tânia Felício
    Philippe De Lombaerde Lombaerde
    Chapter Title Hybrid missions: a promising model resolving the global–regional debate
    Book Title The UN and the regions: third world report on regional integration
    Publication Date 2012
    Start page 149
    End page 157
    Abstract There has always been a dilemma whether the United Nations (UN) or regional organisations are better suited to preserve peace and help former parties to reconcile after conflicts. The demand for legitimacy, efficiency and impartiality has driven the preference towards the UN – a global organisation with a strong 60 years record of peacekeeping. Regional organisations have been seen as less equipped but also as probably less unbiased when it comes to peacekeeping. However, the UN peace operations have also incurred shortages, and some recent failures – Darfur and the Democratic Republic of the Congo among the others – re-activated the debates how to engage regional organisations closely.
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