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Title: Brazil’s participation in United Nations peacekeeping operations : evolution, challenges, and opportunities
Other Titles: Discussion Paper 254 : Brazil’s participation in United Nations peacekeeping operations : evolution, challenges, and opportunities
Participação do Brasil em operações de manutenção da paz das Nações Unidas : evolução, desafios e oportunidades
Authors: Andrade, Israel de Oliveira
Hamann, Eduarda Passarelli
Soares, Matheus Augusto
Abstract: Based on a state policy perspective, this paper seeks to present the path of Brazil’s participation in United Nations (UN) peace operations, from its genesis in 1947 to the present day, with the intent to comprehend whether there is a progressive and evolutionary pattern in these engagement efforts, and which would be the main challenges, contributions and future orientations to the country in this matter. To this end, in a first moment, the text will bring a conceptual discussion regarding the different definitions and understandings on peace operations. Subsequently, we will analyze the evolution of UN peace operations throughout its 70 years and the Brazilian positions during this period. In a third moment, we will present final considerations, identifying the upcoming challenges and the main possible perspectives for Brazil to engage in future peace operations. The intention, therefore, is to ascertain whether peacekeeping operations, as an instrument of international politics aligned to the guidelines of Brazilian defense and foreign policies, should continue to be supported by Brazil or if new reorientations are necessary as a national strategy.
Rights holder: Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (Ipea)
License: Reproduction of this text and the data it contains is allowed as long as the source is cited. Reproductions for commercial purposes are prohibited.
Type: Discussion Paper
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