The Downside of Keeping the UN Out of Counterterrorist Missions
Non-Resident Fellow Richard Gowan discusses the implications of UN involvement in counterterrorist missions. He argues that while peacekeeping bodies are not meant to serve this function, their supportive involvement on peacekeeping efforts contributes to preserving higher levels of discipline and accountability. These could otherwise be absent without the UN’s multilateral checks.
Read the full piece on World Politics Review here.