8th November 2019 | by Jaïr van der Lijn
Examining why MINUSMA’s effectiveness in terms of stabilisation and the protection of civilians has decreased since 2016.
Are peace operations effective? Emerging trends and observations from the studies of the Effectiveness of Peace Operations Network
7th November 2019 | by Cedric de Coning
Discussing some of the cross-cutting trends and observations that have emerged from the first four EPON studies that have been published.
6th November 2019 | by Adam Day
As UNMISS stands on the edge of another fragile peace process, it is worth briefly recalling the protection challenges EPON faced during their visit.
6th November 2019 | by Paul D. Williams
Analysing AMISOM’s ability to resolve Somalia’s crisis of governance that has spawned al-Shabaab.
6th November 2019 | by Alexandra Novosseloff
Since the release of the EPON report on the effectiveness of MONUSCO, the national context has changed, and with it the attitude of the host state towards the UN mission.
29th May 2019 | by Dr. Charles T. Hunt
As demands on the UN become more complex, the International Day of Peacekeeping provides an opportunity to reflect on the underlying principles of UN peace operations.
23rd May 2019 | by Adam Day
With peacekeeping under pressure, it is more useful to recalibrate expectations, learn from what has worked over the past seven decades, and refocus the UN on the more limited – but achievable – tasks that peacekeeping can deliver.
23rd April 2019 | by Adam Day and Dr. Charles T. Hunt
The peacekeeping mission may be protecting 200,000 people in its sites, but there are more than two million displaced by conflict across the country.