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Criminal Accountability of Military Peacekeepers

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Some Comments on the Secretary-General’s Proposal for a Naming and Shaming Policy

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Several UN Member States that have contributed military members to UN peacekeeping operations have failed to hold them accountable for alleged criminal misconduct. The Secretary-General has proposed to secure criminal accountability through naming and shaming troop contributing Countries. Though already a compromise, uncertainty remains as to whether the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations, composed of all the troop contributing Countries, will approve of this policy.

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2015-11-24
2018-09-25

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