Keeping the Peace with Dr. Charles T. Hunt

Episode 2 May 19, 2019 00:47:02
Keeping the Peace with Dr. Charles T. Hunt
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Keeping the Peace with Dr. Charles T. Hunt
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Show Notes

In this episode we sat down for a chat with Dr Charles T. Hunt, a Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellow at Social & Global Studies Centre, RMIT to discuss what constitutes the success of a peacekeeping mission, the challenges that a “robust turn” in UN missions poses, and what it takes to construct conditions for lasting peace. Dr Charles T. Hunt will be giving a talk on the protection of civilians in UN peace operations at the Australian Institute for International Affairs Victoria on May 29th, 2019.

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