Peacekeeping

Oceania Book
APCSS Publishes New Book ‘Regionalism, Security & Cooperation in Oceania’

“Regionalism, Security & Cooperation in Oceania” is the latest book to be published by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. The book is edited by APCSS professor Dr. Rouben Azizian and Dean of the College of Security Studies Carleton Cramer. According to Dr. Azizian,...

DIILS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

DIILS Congratulates our Alumna, Captain Grace Ajierh from Kenya, who recently completedthe Female Military Officers Course co-organized by UN Women and the International PeaceSupport Training Center. Grace graduated from DIILS 2015 Military Law Development ProgramResident Course. (also shown...

South Sudan
DIILS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Major Peter Waiaki is currently deployed as a Military Liaison Officer on UN duties (UNMISS) in South Sudan. He deployed mid-August 2016 and will end his mission the end of August 2017. He wants to sincerely thank the DIILS staff for preparing him to face the challenges in South Sudan. The...

Mongolian Newspaper Article
DIILS ENGAGES WITH MONGOLIAN PEACEKEEPERS

DIILS recently sent a team to Mongolia, to participate in Khaan Quest 2018, a pre-deployment exercise for Mongolian peace keepers preparing to serve in South Sudan as part of a UN Peace Keeping mission. DIILS has engaged with Mongolia since 2015 to build legal capacity that would enable...

Lead Instructor
DIILS OFFERS FIRST "LEGAL ASPECTS OF PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS" COURSE

NEWPORT -- On 30 August 2017, 16 participants from 11 countries graduated as the first class of international military students to complete the new DIILS "Legal Aspects of Peacekeeping"(LAPKO) resident course. Subject matter experts from the United Nations joined DIILS instructors with current...

DIILS PLANS ENGAGEMENT WITH NEPAL

KATHMANDU, 29 July 2016 - The Defense Institute of International Legal Studies recently conducted a Legal Capabilities Review with the Government of Nepal to assess the opportunity for U.S. legal engagement with the Ministry of Defense on enhancements to the military justice system,...

UN Peacekeeper with Children
DIILS TO OFFER LEGAL ASPECTS OF PEACEKEEPING COURSE IN 2017

TITLE: Legal Aspects of Peacekeeping Operations (LAPKO) Course, MASL: P179619 Course Dates: 14-31 August 2017 FOCUS: The new (LAPKO) resident course offers a comprehensive analysis of the legal aspects of United Nations-sanctioned peacekeeping missions. It details the practical...

Colonel Davies Uganda
DoD, U.N. Hold Inaugural Training for Peacekeeping Investigators

By Lisa Ferdinando, DOD News, Defense Media ActivityFort Meade, MarylandFeb 01, 2018 Link to the article: http://www.africom.mil/media-room/article/30387/dod-u-n-hold-inaugural-training-for-peacekeeping-investigators

San Antonio Fiesta Flambeau parade
International Salute to Fiesta San Antonio!

By Col Jeff Cooper, USAF Commandant, Defense Language Institute English Language Center In what is growing into a San Antonio tradition, 102 military service members representing 58 countries around the world, from Nigeria to Afghanistan to Ukraine, marched with their national flags...

New ACSS Security Brief Released: Peace Operations in Africa: Lessons Learned Since 2000

The past 18 months have seen the deployment of 10 new peace operations in 8 African countries. Many of these are African-led or hybrid AU-UN operations, reflecting an important new trend in African peace operations. The 52 peace operations deployed in Africa since 2000 underscore the ongoing...

Peacekeeping Practitioners from African Troop-Contributing Countries in Washington for Lessons-Learned Workshop

The roles, responsibilities and functions of traditional United Nations peacekeeping operations have expanded considerably. Most peacekeeping operations, including those in Africa, are now multidimensional, involving both military and civilian components and carrying out complex functions,...

Responsibility to Protect Civilians Among Key Themes at ACSS Workshop in Malawi

LILONGWE, Malawi — The concept of the responsibility to protect and retailoring conflict prevention policies to address new security challenges will be essential to effectively conduct peace support operations, according to participants in a three-day workshop organized by the Africa Center...

SPOTLIGHT ON DIILS ALUMNI: Major General U.A.B Medawela

DIILS congratulates our alumni, Major General U.A.BMedawela, on his recent promotion to Chief of Staff for the Sri Lankan Army. Major General Medawela was an alumnifrom our Spring 2005 Peacekeeping and Rule of Law Class. New Army Chief of Staff Assumes Office Major General U.A.BMedawela...

‘What Mali Can Teach Us’ – Panel Discussion Co-Hosted by Africa Center

Fostering resilient and accountable institutions as well as efficient development projects in Mali are the best ways to achieve sustainable peace in the country, Mali’s Ambassador to the United States said in a discussion July 8, 2013, co-hosted by the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS...

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A Group for all matters relating to the SSTaR COI  

12 Aug 2019 - 08:00 to -
Session : Legal Aspects of Peacekeeping (LAPKO) 2019

Legal Aspects of Peacekeeping Operations (LAPKO) Course, MASL: P179619 Focus: The new (LAPKO) resident course offers a comprehensive analysis of the legal aspects of United Nations-sanctioned peacekeeping missions. It details the practical implications of the agreed legal basis for...

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Deficiencies in Global Governance and Implications for Defense Education

Those contributing to international peace and stability act in an ever-changing, increasingly complex and inter-connected global environment. The international security landscape has changed considerably during the last twenty years, with important power shifts in international affairs, an...

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