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Peace Keeping

The Case of Darfur

Peacekeeping
Evolution of Peacekeeping
United Nation (UN)
Ambiguity of UN peacekeeping

Peace Operations

Traditional model of Peacekeeping

Peace Operations
Situations

War

Unstable Peace

Stable Peace

Tasks

Peace Imposition

Peace
Enforcement

Peacekeeping

Forces

War-fighters

Warfighters/police/obs
ervers

Police/observers

Goals

Conflict
Suppression

State Building

DARFUR

Darfur

- POPULATION: 7 million
- located at the Western Part of Sudan
(the largest country in Africa)

- conflicts between Arabs and Christians


- crisis started in 2003
- Sudanese Liberation Army/ Movement &
Justice and Equality Movement
- Janjaweed
- Acts of Genocide?
- 1.8 million refugees

- Unsuccesful attempts to aid and resolve


conflicts in Darfur:
Ceasefire in 2004
Darfur Peace Agreement in may 2006
Demands of the International Criminal Court
Assistance of World Food Program and Care
International
Publicity of the Amnesty International and Human
rights Watch
African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS)
African Union UN Mission in Darfur ( UNAMID)

UNAMID

26,000 troops
lack of forces and needed equipment
DPA = Open war unstable peace
Failed to enforce peace

Conclusion
- What is desired for
Darfur and what will it
take to achieve it
- Peacekeeping
needs PEACE
- US too busy in
Iraq and Afghanistan