Friday, February 20, 2015

New Issue: International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of International Peacekeeping (Vol. 22, no. 1, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • R2P2: Responses to Roland Paris
    • David Chandler, The R2P is dead, long live the R2P: The successful separation of military intervention from the responsibility to protect
    • David Mutimer, Whose problems are these anyway? A response to Roland Paris
    • Robert A. Pape, Response to Roland Paris' article
    • Ramesh Thakur, R2P's ‘structural’ problems: A response to Roland Paris
  • Regular Articles
    • Michael D. Beevers, Peace resources? Governing Liberia's forests in the aftermath of conflict
    • Joel Gwyn Winckler, Exceeding limitations of the United Nations Peacekeeping Bureaucracy: Strategies of officials to influence peacekeeping activities within the United Nations Mission in Liberia and the Department of Peacekeeping Operations
    • Sangtu Ko, The Foreign Policy Goal of South Korea's UN Peacekeeping Operations
    • Benjamin Brast, The regional dimension of Statebuilding Interventions
    • Astri Suhrke, From principle to practice: US Military Strategy and protection of civilians in Afghanistan