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    Title: Chile's participation in the United Nations peacekeeping operations : importance of the mission in Haiti (2002-2012)
    Other Titles: 智利參與聯合國維和行動之研究 : 海地行動之重要性(2002-2012)
    Authors: 任玫雅;Gonzalez, Maia Del Sol Renucci
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    李大中;Li, Da-Jung
    Keywords: 聯合國;維持和平行動;智利;海地;合作;United Nations;Peacekeeping Operations;Chile;Haiti;MINUSTAH;MIFH;Cooperation
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:22:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 智利於1945年聯合國設立時便開始參與維和任務,然而其參與聯合國在海地的多國維和行動及聯合國海地穩定特派團時,智利便主動並開始擴大參與聯合國的維和行動。




    Chile has participated in peacekeeping operations since the beginning of the United Nations in 1945. However, is with its participation in the Multinational Interim Force in Haiti MIFH and in the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti MINUSTAH, that Chile began an active and massive involvement in peacekeeping operations of the UN.
    This thesis is based on a main objective, to analyze Chile’s Participation in the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (UNPKO) from 2002 to 2012, giving special attention to the importance of the Mission in Haiti for Chile; the variations in Chile’s institutionalism and Foreign Policy; and lessons learned from this operation for future engagement by Chile’s blue helmets.
    Chile participates in MIFH and MINUSTAH since 2004. The deployment of this mission was a great effort of the state, giving an effective response. Since then, many changes have occurred in the legal and organizational structure of Chile to better respond to the call of the UN.
    Thanks to the massive participation of Latin American countries in the Haiti mission, new systems of cooperation have arisen between them. These mechanisms are of great importance in matters of security, and could entail significant progress on regional security.
    This research seeks to demonstrate that Chile’s participation in the Haiti mission represents a turning point in the country’s participation in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations, having as a consequence the country’s integration into the international arena. Furthermore, this study aims to discover the reasons that lead Chile to participate in Haiti, which are related to the foreign policy’s interests fulfilled by the engagement in this mission. One of the most important ones is the intention of Chile to be part of the Security Council as a nonpermanent member for the period of 2014-2015.
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