Required literature

Required literature

Bove, Vincenzo & Andrea Ruggeri, 2015, ‘Kinds of Blue: Diversity in UN Peacekeeping Missions and Civilian Protection,’ British Journal of Political Science, 46(3): 681-700. 20 pages.

Costalli, Stefano, 2013, ‘Does Peacekeeping Work? A Disaggregated Analysis of Deployment and Violence Reduction in the Bosnian War,’ British Journal of Political Science, 44(2): 357-380. 25 pages.

Fortna, Virginia Page, 2004, ‘Does Peacekeeping Keep Peace? International Intervention and the Duration of Peace after Civil War,’ International Studies Quarterly, 48(2): 269-292. 24 pages.

Karlsrud, John & Kari M. Osland, 2016, ‘Between Self-Interest and Solidarity: Norway’s Return to UN Peacekeeping?’ International Peacekeeping, 23(5): 784-803. 20 pages.

Matlary, J. H. (2013), European Union Security Dynamics. In the New National Interest (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, paperback edition). 198 pages.

Norheim-Martinsen, Per M. and Tore Nyhamar, International Military Coalitions in the 21st Century, Global trends and the future of intervention (London: Routledge, 2015). 258 pages.

Rubinstein, Robert A., Diana M. Keller & Michael E. Scherger, 2008, ‘Culture and Interoperability in Integrated Missions,’ International Peacekeeping, 15(4): 540-555. 16 pages.

Ruffa, Chiara, 2014, ‘What Peacekeepers Think and Do: An Exploratory Study of French, Ghanian, Italian, and South Korean Armies in the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon,’ Armed Forces and Society, 40(2): 199-225. 26 pages.

Sloan, James, 2014, ‘The Evolution of the Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping,’ Journal of Strategic Studies, 37(5): 674-702. 29 pages.

Uzonyi, Gary, 2015, ‘Refugee Flows and State Contributions to Post-Cold War UN Peacekeeping Missions,’ Journal of Peace Research, 52(6): 743-757. 14 pages.

Weitsman, Patricia A., Waging War: Alliances, Coaltions, and Institutions of Interstate Violence (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2014). 279 pages.

Yamashita, Hikaru, 2012, ‘Peacekeeping Cooperation between the United Nations and Regional Organisations,’ Review of International Studies, 38(1): 165-186. 23 pages.

Recommended literature

Clayton, G (ed), 2017, ‘The Known Knowns and Known Unknowns of Peacekeeping Data,’ International Peacekeeping, 24(1): 1-62. 62 pages.

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