League Of Nations Compare And Contrast

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"Today, we have more than 110,000 men and women deployed in conflict zones around the world. They come from nearly 120 countries. Thanks to their efforts, life-saving humanitarian assistance can be delivered and economic development can begin. " Ban Ki-moon, the 8th and current Secretary-General of the United Nations. The peacekeeping operation involves the military forces, police and civilian personnel, who work to deliver security, political and early peacebuilding support. During peace operations there are several moving parts that have to take place, peacekeeping troops are deployed troops to different parts of the world. The primary reason for this is the deployment of troops as an interposition or safeguard force that separates the combatants …show more content…
Peace operations of the League of Nations and those of the United Nation are similar but different. Both the United Nation and the League of Nations were groups that were meant to help and solve international disasters and crisis, and ultimately try to make the world a better. The United Nations objectives is to maintain international peace and security, to prevent threats to peace. In 1920 The League of Nations was created, it was initiated after World War I, to prevent and avoid any future world wars. After World War I was over the League of Nations didn’t really serve any purpose and the new leaders wanted a new international organization. Thus paving the way for the United Nations, in 1946, the League of Nations was replaced. The League of Nations and the United Nations both had the same game plan, however, the most important difference is that the United Nations had its own peacekeepers from all its allied states. The League of Nations was just a group of countries in it for the perks and economic reliefs. Because of the times difference and lack of …show more content…
Robust peacekeeping moves the peace operations towards the strong-arm end of the use of force scale, instead of winning the hearts and minds first, let’s take over and then go with the hearts and minds ideal. (Diehl, P., & Balas, A. (2014)) The robust peacekeeping approached pretty much eliminated the rules of engagement (EOF) it allowed the deployed troops to use force if deem necessary to complete their

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