Keyword: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding

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Richard Caplan asks: how effective is UN peacekeeping?

7th Jun 2017

Richard Caplan has written a blog article (1 June) for the website of EU-CIVCAP (a Horizon 2020 project led out of the University of Bristol’s Global Insecurities Centre) entitled ‘How effective is UN peacekeeping?’.

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Richard Caplan writes on proposed cuts to UN peacekeeping in the Trump era

18th May 2017

Richard Caplan has written an article for The Cipher Brief (17 May) entitled ‘UN Peacekeeping Under the Knife?’

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Adam Roberts gives evidence on priorities for the new UN Secretary-General

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Nancy Bermeo and Jasmine Bhatia have been given a Department of International Development award for a project entitled 'International Aid & Local Legitimacy: The Impact of Subnational Governance Programs in Afghanistan'.

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Andrea Ruggeri awarded FBA Research Grant

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Congratulations to Andrea Ruggeri, who has been awarded a Folke Bernadotte Academy Research Grant for a project entitled 'Why and How UN Peacekeeping Leadership Composition Matters'.

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