By Chiyuki Aoi
This booklet goals to supply for a path-breaking cross-regional comparability of the features and readiness of Asia-Pacific international locations to give a contribution to peace help missions, with an eye fixed to settling on rising tendencies and coverage implications.
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Enhancing Protection Capacity: Policy Guide to the Responsibility to Protect and the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict (Queensland, Australia: Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law, Griffiths University, 2012). , Protection of Civilians Military Reference Guide (Carlisle: US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, 2012). 11. United Nations General Assembly, A/RES/60/1, October 24, 2005, p. 30. 12. Alex Bellamy, Responsibility to Protect (New York: Polity, 2009). 13. , Enhancing Protection Capacity, p.
103, citing AAP-6. Hence it is the level of consent that separates the two. Such concepts of peacekeeping/peace enforcement are different from the UN’s definitions, where peacekeeping indicates existence of consent, however fragile, whereas peace enforcement does not presuppose consent. On comparisons of the terms, see UK Ministry of Defence, Joint Doctrine Note 5/11, Peacekeeping: An Evolving Role for Military Forces (Shrivenham: JCDC, July 2011). 18. ), para. 240. Note that Gen. Sir Rupert Smith argued that wars today were about establishing conditions.
Press, 2008). 44. ” 45. Japanese Ministry of Defense, Contribution by Advanced Nations on Peace Operations (research commissioned to Research Institute for Peace and Security [RIPS], coordinated by Chiyuki Aoi, Tokyo: RIPS, March 2011). 46. Some of the crosscutting themes in UN Peace operations mandates stem from the following UNSC resolutions: Security Council resolution 1325 (2000) on women, peace, and security; Security Council resolution 1612 (2005) on children and armed conflict; Security Council resolution 1674 (2006) on the protection of civilians in armed conflict.