She also asserts that recent efforts within the un to address gender issues in peacekeeping operations have failed because they fail to challenge traditional understandings of militaries conflict and women men militarism and un peacekeeping a gendered analysis sandra whitworth no preview available 2007. Looks behind the rhetoric to investigate from a feminist perspective some of the realities of military intervention under the un flag this work contends that there is a fundamental contradiction between portrayals of peacekeeping as altruistic and benign and the militarized masculinity that underpins the group identity of soldiers. Whitworth sandra men militarism un peacekeeping a gendered analysis london lynne rienner publishers 2004 pp224 in her book men militarism un peacekeeping sandra whitworth paints a disturbing yet not entirely convincing picture of united nations operations as they pertain to peacekeeping missions she argues that the so called best practices of the un. Un peacekeeping doctrine in a new era adapting to stabilisation protection and new threats edited by cedric de coning chiyuki aoi and john karlsrud jz 6374 u516 2017 unintended consequences of peacekeeping operations edited by chiyuki aoi cedric de coning and ramesh thakur. Men militarism and un peacekeeping by sandra whitworth 9781588265524 available at book depository with free delivery worldwide
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