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Peace operations review and implications for the Training for Peace programme : strengthening United Nations and African Union operations in Africa

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Abstract(English): This article reflects on the review of United Nations (UN) peace operations by the UN High-level Independent Panel, appointed by the UN Secretary-General in October 2014, and on its implications for Africa and the Training for Peace (TfP) in Africa Programme. Africa's security environment has deteriorated, with difficult security challenges defying solutions. Contemporary conflicts are riddled with evolving hybrid and asymmetric threats that weave a complex pattern of interconnected terror, mayhem and destruction. These threats continue to undermine the human security platform and destabilise African states and their citizens. The UN, African Union (AU) and regional economic communities/regional mechanisms (RECs/RMs) are courageously working to respond to these challenges.
Authors: Machakaire, James Pumzile
Type: Journal article
Language: English
Subject: UNITED NATIONS
TRAINING FOR PEACE (TFP)
AFRICA
AFRICAN UNION
RECS
Link to Fulltext/Resources: http://library.africa-union.org/peace-operations-review-and-implications-training-peace-programme-strengthening-united-nations-and-1




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