More than 60 peace operations have deployed in Africa since 2000, including multiple African-led or hybrid African Union/United Nations initiatives. The frequency of these deployments underscores the ongoing importance of these operations in the playbook of regional and multilateral bodies to prevent conflict, protect civilians, and enforce ceasefires and peace agreements.
The study presents a critical review of the concept of the mechanism of United Nations operations, as one of the emergent post-Cold War peacekeeping trends. The operation has had it positive effects in some aspects and has also recorded failures in some areas and this failures are not unrelated to the various challenges that the operations of the United nations have faced in Darfur in the curse of carrying out its mandate .The paper concludes that lessons should be learned from the experiences with the Darfur operation, for future operations, while giving recommendations for further effectiveness of the peacekeeping operations.
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Research, AfroAsia. "THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE MANAGEMENT OF DAFUR CONFLICTS" Afribary.com (2021). Accessed April 15, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/the-united-nations-and-the-management-of-dafur-conflicts