The United Nations & Regional Security: Europe and Beyond

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Michael Charles Pugh, Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003 - Political Science - 309 pages
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Events in Europe over the past decade or so have created a dynamic requiring significant conceptual and practical adjustments on the part of the the United Nations and a range of regional actors, including the EU, NATO, and the OSCE. This volume explores the resulting collaborative relationships in the context of peace operations in the Balkans, considering past efforts and developing specific suggestions for effective future interactions between the UN and its regional partners. The authors also consider the implications of efforts in Europe for the regionalization of peace and security operations in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
 

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Contents

The Evolving Architecture of Regionalization
11
The World Order Politics of Regionalization
31
Is the Regionalization of Peace Operations Desirable?
47
The Logic of Primacy
57
The Role of the OSCE and the EU
75
Prospects for Cooperation
95
Joint Action on Security Challenges in the Balkans
115
Military Forces and Public Security Challenges
137
Strengthening Indigenous Police Capacity and
175
The Regionalization of Peace in Asia
195
Africa and the Regionalization of Peace Operations
233
Conclusion
250
List of Acronyms
271
The Contributors
289
About the Book
309
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