Mongolia’s Military Diplomacy Highlights Female Peacekeepers
By Bolor Lkhaajav
Mongolia hosted a conference dedicated to the role of women in peacekeeping operations.
Mongolia’s Female Peacekeepers: A Case Study for Gender Parity
By Bolor Lkhaajav and Bolor Ganbold
The U.N. has set a goal of full gender parity in peacekeeping operations. The experience of Mongolian women shows both the progress made and the serious challenges that remain.
Peacekeeping With Chinese Characteristics
By Jayshree Borah
China just issued its first white paper on U.N. Peacekeeping Operations. What does it tell us about the Chinese approach to peacekeeping and peace-building?
The Significance of Kazakhstan’s Growing Role in Peacekeeping Operations
By Wilder Alejandro Sanchez
Kazakhstan is preparing to send a second batch of peacekeepers abroad.
Fiji: The Peacekeepers
By Grant Wyeth
Per capita since 1970, Fiji has contributed more personnel to UN Peacekeeping missions than any other state.
China Takes the Lead in UN Peacekeeping
By Logan Pauley
As the U.S. backs away, China is stepping up investment in UN peacekeeping operations.
China, Japan, and the Future of UN Peacekeeping
By Luke Patey, Adam Day, and Sebastian von Einsiedel
New mission parameters pose challenges to both China and Japan’s peacekeeping engagement.
Chinese Peacekeeper Killed in Mali Attack
By Shannon Tiezzi
Four additional Chinese peacekeepers were injured in an attack on the UN base in Gao.
China: The World’s New Peacekeeper?
By Emma Campbell-Mohn
Contributing to peacekeeping operations is helping Beijing to build a global presence.