The briefing note focuses on MINUSCA’s exit strategy – the mission’s efforts now to lay the groundwork that will eventually allow it to draw down and hand over its responsibilities to CAR state authorities.
The purpose of this report is to examine the nexus between UN peacekeeping activities
and the mitigation of forced displacement in select missions marked by armed conflict.
A report summarizing the findings of a research team from the Stimson Center and BWC, which traveled to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in April-May 2016 to review the United Nations Stabilization Mission in the DRC (MONUSCO).
Initial observations and recommendations on the UN Peacekeeping mission in South Sudan by the Stimson Center, Better World Campaign and Center for
Civilians in Conflict.
BWC's snapshot of the violence and humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic outlines the role of the United States, the United Nations, and the larger international community.
The United States supported the UN Security Council's approval of Unarmed Aerial Vehicles for MONUSCO, because of their potential to enhance peace and security in the region. BWC explains the benefits and possibilities of UAVs used in coordination with the UN.
MINUSMA is the most dangerous UN Peacekeeping mission in the world. With Congressional support, the UN can work towards creating stability and security for Mali and the surrounding area.