Wednesday, November 20, 2019

New Issue: International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of International Peacekeeping (Vol. 26, no. 5, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Peacekeeping and Multipolar Global Order
    • Malte Brosig, Ten Years of BRICS: Global Order, Security and Peacekeeping
    • Richard Caplan, Peacekeeping in Turbulent Times
    • Bruno Charbonneau, It is Not About Peace: UN Peacekeeping and Perpetual War
    • Cedric de Coning, How UN Peacekeeping Operations Can Adapt to a New Multipolar World Order
    • Paul F. Diehl, Triage or Substitution?: The Changing Face of UN Peacekeeping in the Era of Trump and Nationalism
    • Lise Howard, Peacekeeping is Not Counterinsurgency
    • Roger Mac Ginty, Assessing Dynamics of Change in Peacekeeping
    • Shogo Suzuki, Peacekeeping: Decline Versus Multipolarity
  • Articles
    • Anne Holohan, Transformative Training in Soft Skills for Peacekeepers: Gaming for Peace
    • Laura K. Huber & Natalie F. Hudson, Deepening the Conversation: Feminism, International Policing and the WPS Agenda
    • Matthias Dembinski, Thorsten Gromes & Theresa Werner, Humanitarian Military Interventions: Conceptual Controversies and Their Consequences for Comparative Research
    • Charles T. Hunt, Analyzing the Co-Evolution of the Responsibility to Protect and the Protection of Civilians in UN Peace Operations