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About H. Peter Langille

H. Peter Langille (MA- NPSIA, PhD- Bradford) specialises in peace and conflict studies, independent defence and security analysis and UN peace operations. His latest book is Developing a United Nations Emergency Peace Service: Meeting our responsibilities to Prevent and Protect, (New York: Palgrave Pivot, 2015).

 

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UK Labour supports a United Nations Emergency Peace Service

‘What’s radical one year may be accepted the next.’

How the UN could develop an Emergency Peace Service – and why it should

Sustainable common security will remain elusive until we identify better universal options to help. A UN Emergency Peace Service would improve operational prevention, protection and possibly more.

A UN emergency peace service?

The UN system attempts to help in preventing armed conflict and protecting civilians. In the face of overlapping global crises, we may begin to understand the urgent need for a United Nations Emergency Peace Service (UNEPS).

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