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U.N. peacekeepers from Rwanda patrol the streets of Bangui, Central African Republic, Feb. 12, 2016 (AP photo by Jerome Delay).

What the U.N. Peacekeeping Mission in CAR Reveals About Security Council Gridlock

Monday, Nov. 19, 2018

What does a small spat in the Security Council over the Central African Republic, or CAR, tell us about the state of major power relations?

Last week, the council was unable to agree on the terms of a six-month extension to the 13,000-strong United Nations stabilization mission in CAR, known by its French acronym MINUSCA. The diplomats gave themselves a month to fix their differences over the operation’s mandate. There seem to be three main points of contention. ...

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