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Middle East Peacekeeping Operations after Peace Accords on the Syria and Lebanon Tracks

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From a practitioner perspective, the study explores what the three regional peacekeeping missions – UNDOF, UNIFIL and UNTSO - may do ‘the day after’ peace accords were in place, relative to potential security arrangements on the Syria and Lebanon tracks. The inquiry looks at the ‘mechanics’ of the security implementation system after peace accords are in place; the role of the UN in assisting peace implementation and potential improvements; the future validity of prior negotiation positions and the possible effect of seminal transitions in the Middle East, prior to an outcome of the Syria conflict. As an example, the study considers the experience of Egypt after the peace treaty with Israel, and the security arrangements in the Sinai. The study finds that the traditional peacekeeping or military monitoring operations are well-suited to post-accord security arrangement facilitation, and highlights the primary value of traditional peacekeeping missions as confidence-building mechanisms, supporting the development of state relationships.

Affiliations: 1: United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations Office of Operations, 1 UN Plaza, room S2262, New York, NY 10017 United States hylton@un.org The study reflects only the author’s perspective, and does not represent the views or position of the United Nations.

10.1163/18754112-1702001
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2013-01-01
2016-12-05

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