THE STRATEGY OF INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING FORCES IN THE SECURITY FIELD QUOTED
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue issue 38 part 2, Pages 422-453
AbstractThe security strategy of the peacekeepers is one of the important and interesting topics for discussion, because it is related to the issue of building the state in security after the end of the armed conflict, in order to help it advance in all areas, especially those of a security nature for Providing peace and stability as an alternative to armed conflict. It is based on addressing the causes that led to the outbreak of armed conflict in order to avoid a return to conflict again.The peace building process is an essential pillar for rejuvenating the situation, rebuilding what was destroyed by war, and achieving lasting peace and stability in post-conflict areas, as this process aims to create lasting stability and peace based on strong pillars that are not rapidly eroded and the parties return to the state of armed conflict and other acts of violence. The end of the war does not necessarily mean that peace has been achieved, otherwise what is the role for which peacekeepers were found, as building a comprehensive and sustainable peace does not it can be achieved without a roadmap through which it can proceed according to it, and implement its plans drawn on the ground, and this map is interconnected loops that complement one another, as the security strategy begins with the creation of the expansion of United Nations operations in conflict areas, and then campaigns the removal of mines, and finally the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration campaigns, which are called the “Security Strategy”, and it is necessary to point out that these mechanisms may not be applied according to this sequence, but according to the circumstances of each country in order to prevent it from slipping towards conflicts and conflicts again.
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