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Global Peace Operations Review 2016 |

The second edition of the Global Peace Operations Review (GPOR) annual compilation has been released. It is the first to collect a full year’s worth of content from the website in a single publication. Using an online platform allows us to constantly innovate, and we plan to continue to evolve bet Read More...


UN Peacekeeping Personnel Contributed by WEOG (Western European and Others Group) |

Here is an motion graphic presenting an overview of UN Peacekeeping Personnel Contributed by WEOG (Western European and Others Group) from 1990 - Present Summary: In 1990, most UN Peacekeeping personnel were contributed by Western European states By 2000, the contributions of Western st Read More...


Bangladesh and UN Peacekeeping |

Here is a motion graphic detailing the contributions  of Bangladesh to UN Peacekeeping. Summary: In July 2016, Bangladesh was the 4th largest contributor to UN peacekeeping missions Most of Bangladesh's contributions are sent to five main missions Bangladeshi uniformed personnel hav Read More...


Top 10 Financial Contributors to UN peacekeeping Budget (Aug 2016) |

Member states that pay for UN Peacekeeping tend not to contribute troops. The approved budget for UN Peacekeeping Operations for the July 2016 - June 2017 fiscal year is about USD $7.87 Billion. The total UN Peacekeeping budget as a percentage of the estimated Total of Global military expenditures i Read More...


Beni Massacres | October 2015 – December 2015 |

Since October 2014, the region around the town of Beni in north eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) has been the site of some of the worst massacres in the country’s recent history. Over five hundred people have been killed and tens of thousands have fled their homes. Download the Read More...


Rising Powers are Key Partners for UN Peace Opearations |

Read the full report Peace Capacities Network Synthesis Report Rising Powers and Peace Operations This report was originally published by the Peace Capacities Network coordinated by the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Top 10 Financial Contributors to UN peacekeeping Budget (Dec 2015) |

Member States that pay for UN peacekeeping tend not to contribute troops.  The approved budget for UN Peacekeeping operations for the 2015-16 fiscal year is about USD $8.27 billion. This is less than half of one per cent of world military expenditures (estimated at $1,747 billion in 2013). D Read More...


Ten Trends in Global Peace Operations |

The last two years have seen a surge in peace operations. As the data in this review shows, UN deployments grew by 8.5% in 2013 and 2014 to involve over 100,000 soldiers and police officers. In the same period, NATO drew down its presence in Afghanistan but the number of personnel deployed by other Read More...


Total Contributions of UN Peacekeeping in Emerging Powers | 2000-2007-2015 |

Emerging powers have a growing importance in UN peacekeeping: Of UN Member States, they contribute a third of the troops and make a similarly sized financial contribution. As permanent members of the Security Council, China and Russia hold a place apart in this group. Of the emerging powers, only Ch Read More...


Number of Troops to UN Peacekeeping by Country | 2015 |

Emerging powers have a growing importance in UN peacekeeping: Of UN Member States, they contribute a third of the troops and make a similarly sized financial contribution. As permanent members of the Security Council, China and Russia hold a place apart in this group. Of the emerging powers, only Ch Read More...