Book Chapter

The Unintended Consequences of the Use of Force by UN Peacekeepers

Today's UN peace operations are increasingly sent to situations where there is 'no peace to keep' and where civilians are both targeted and caught up in on-going violent conflict. As a result these missions have become more robust, authorised with 'all necessary means' to protect civilians, but with what effects? This chapter examines potential unintended consequences of the use of force by the UN's blue helmets and evaluates the implications for conflict management and resolution in the international system.

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Journal Articles

The social relations of a health walk group: an ethnographic study 

Grant, G.,Pollard, N.,Allmark, P.,Machaczek, K.,Ramcharan, P. (2017)

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