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Peacekeeping and the Asia-Pacific explores the politics, challenges, and future of UN peacekeeping operations from the Asia-Pacific. The first section looks at contributions from the sub-regions: Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. The second section of the book looks at individual country case studies including: Australia, Solomon Islands, Japan, and Thailand. The third, and concluding, section consists of a theoretical summary on the central conceptual theme of Asian motivations for PKO contributions. This content was originally published in volumes 18:3-4 and 19:3-4 of the Journal of International Peacekeeping .
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Preliminary Material / Brendan Howe and Boris Kondoch Introduction to the Developments, Trends and Challenges to UN Peacekeeping Operations / Boris Kondoch and Brendan Howe Northeast Asian Perspectives on UN Peacekeeping: China, Japan, Korea / Brendan Howe and Boris Kondoch Southeast Asian Perspectives on UN Peacekeeping: Indonesia and Malaysia / Alistair D. B. Cook South Asian Regionalism and UN Peacekeeping Missions: A Case of 'and Never the Twain Shall Meet'? / Rashed Uz Zaman and Niloy Ranjan Biswas Australia and Peacekeeping / Peter Londey RAMSI Ten Years On: From Post-conflict Stabilisation to Development in Solomon Islands? / Sinclair Dinnen All-Japan Approach to International Peace Operations / Yuji Uesugi Thailand's Participation in UN Peacekeeping Missions: The Reciprocal Transference of Expertise and Norms / Keokam Kraisoraphong and Brendan Howe Why Contribute? Understanding Asian Motivations for Troop Contribution to Peace Operations / Xenia Avezov Index / Brendan Howe and Boris Kondoch.
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Online version: Peacekeeping and the Asia-Pacific. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2016