This article discusses the approaches that peace operations have taken to address organized
crime and explores strategies to improve their effectiveness. In the last twenty years, the U.N.
has produced relevant threat assessments and conventions, enhanced its use of technology
This paper argues that third-party peacekeeping can play a vital role in mitigating and resolving
the Ukraine-Russian conflict in the Donbas region. Understanding the current situation in the
region as well as the intricacies and implications of a U.N. peacekeeping mission is important
The recent shift in geopolitics towards renewed great power competition, demonstrated
by Russian actions in Ukraine, caused the United States to undertake a new program to
assure NATO alliance members and deter further Russian actions. This paper covers the
development, implementation, and...
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