The Annual Review of Global Peace Operations and the Review of Political Missions have evolved into the Global Peace Operations Review, an interactive web-portal presenting in-depth analysis and detailed data on military peacekeeping operations and civilian-led political missions by the United Nations, regional organizations, and ad-hoc coalitions. The website can be accessed here Global Peace Operations Review

In the last decade, there have been two trends in mission mandates.  The first and most obvious is the United Nations Security Council authorization of peacekeeping missions with significant military components and complex, multidimensional mandates.  Yet, due to global strains on personnel, equipment, financial resources, and to competing international priorities, these missions – typically in the most challenging environments – have suffered from under-deployment and insufficient political attention.

The third edition of the Annual Review of Global Peace Operations was published by Lynn Reinner Publishers on 3 March 2008 and can be downloaded here

Mar 03, 2008
Center on International Cooperation
Peace and Security

The Annual Review of Global Peace Operations 2012 was launched on 28 February 2012. This edition, the seventh in a series, was published by Lynne Rienner and can be ordered at

At a time of growing popular demand for representative politics, the protection of rights, and access to justice, this report by CIC's Camino Kavanagh and Dr. Bruce Jones examines the ability of the United Nations to provide 'rule of law' support to member-states and national reformers.

Read the full CIC Policy Paper here

Nov 01, 2011
Camino Kavanagh, Bruce Jones
Europe, Latin America
Peace and Security

Richard Gowan contributed to the European Foreign Policy Scorecard 2012, a new publication from the European Council on Foreign Relations. Gowan drafted the section on multilateral affairs. Read his overview of the EU's performance on multilateral affairs here and visit the interactive site here.

Mar 06, 2012
Richard Gowan