PPP: Providing for Peacekeeping

 

What do you want to know about UN peacekeeping contributions?

The Providing for Peacekeeping Project (PPP) aims to generate and disseminate current information and analysis to support efforts to “broaden the base” of troop- and police-contributing countries, improve the quality of troop and police contributions, and fill key capability gaps. The project is a partnership between the Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, International Peace Institute, and The Elliott School at George Washington University.

A project of the International Peace Institute and The Elliott School at George Washington University.

The Providing for Peacekeeping Project (PPP) is an independent research project that analyzes the factors that encourage or discourage states from contributing to UN peacekeeping operations. Its aim is to generate and disseminate current information and analysis to support efforts to “broaden the base” of troop- and police-contributing countries, improve the quality of troop and police contributions, and fill key capability gaps.

Adam C. Smith Research Fellow and Manager, Peace Operations Program, International Peace Institute

smith@ipinst.org

Paul D. Williams Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Security Policy Studies program, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

pauldw@gwu.edu

Alex J. Bellamy Professor of International Security at the Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University

a.bellamy@griffith.edu.au

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