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Final Conclusions And Remarks

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Chapter Summary

This conclusory chapter sums up the different concepts discussed in this book. Nowadays we can find several types of intervention, ranging from traditional peacekeeping to so-called robust peacekeeping and law enforcement. All these types of measures to reestablish and maintain international peace and security under Chapters VI and VII of the UN Charter under the umbrella notion of peace support operations (PSOs). From a bigger perspective, however, measures aimed at impeding military personnel from attending certain areas may have a very strong impact on the achievement of stability in a specific region where peacekeepers are deployed, since enforced prostitution may be a measure to finance the illegal trade in arms by groups who are ruining the achievement of peace building. This book hopes to simplify their work and to give those who work at headquarters an opportunity to gain insight into the realities of the field.

Keywords: law enforcement; peace support operations (PSOs); robust peacekeeping; traditional peacekeeping



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