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Un Peacekeeping And The Role Of Bangladesh

5856 words - 24 pages

A Term Paper on UN peacekeeping and the Role of Bangladesh

Submitted to:
Dr. Syeda Rozana Rashid
Assistant professor
Department of International Relations

Submitted by:
Roksana Mohammed(rk-56)
Nafisa Noor(km-76)
2nd year 3rd semester
Date of submission:11.05.2013

Abstract

Peacekeeping operations by the UN are the operations designed to restore or protect the peace in certain areas of conflict. Peacekeeping has proven to be one of the most effective tools available to the United Nation to assist host countries navigate the difficult path from conflict to peace. Bangladesh has contributed the largest amount of troops in the UN peacekeeping ...view middle of the document...

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Acknowledgement

We are very thankful to our honorable course teacher Dr. Syeda Rozana Rashid for giving us this oprtunity to do our term paper on the topic The Role Of Bangladesh In UN Peacepeeing.Without her support and direction we wont be able to do this paper smothly.We are also thankful to Lowe.N,Claude.I.L and Bennett.A.L as their books and writings helped us in doing this paper.And also we would like to thank Bangladesh Research Publications Barrister Harun ur Rashid, former Bangladesh Ambassador to the UN, Geneva and Khabar of southasia.Some very important websides which really helped us www.bbc.com www.un/org.com www.afd.gov.bd.com www.articlebase.com.And last but not the least Major Tanvir Mahmud Pasha who is in peacekeeping mission in Ivory Coast at present his interview has enriched our assignment a lot.

Methodology
This is a short paper on the role of Bangladesh in UN peacekeeping.This term paper is done by following way:

1. At first we have collected datas and informations through web pages, literatures, journals, news papers, different reports of United Nations about Peacekeeping Operations,different operations done by Bangladesh and present operations of Bangladesh for peacekeeping.

2. Individually we have studied about Bangladesh Army,Navy and Air force role and their contributions so far.

3. Interview of a Bangledeshi peacekeeper and we have also used case studies of some Bangladeshi peacekeeping operations.

4. Internet surfing and United Nations resolutions regarding this topics, reports of seminar or discussion on issue of the research in limited by time and opportunities, it is concluded mainly with secondary information.

Introduction

Peacekeeping is one among a range of activities undertaken by the United Nations and other International actors to maintain international peace and security throughout the world. Over the past sixty years UN peacekeeping has evolved into one of the main tool used by the international community to manage the complex crises that pose a threat to international peace and security. Peacekeeping is included in the chapter number vi and vii of the UN charter, so that’s way it is called six an a half.
This paper is about role of Bangladesh in UN peacekeeping. If we see the history of past few years we will see that Bangladesh has actively played the role of peacekeeper in every operations where Bangladesh was included .There are a good number of successful operations of Bangladesh and at present Bangladesh is working actively and in a sound way than other member countries of UN in different operations .In the List of countries total number peacekeepers contributed to United Nations peacekeeping operations the name of...

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