The history courses given by peace operations training institutes are as follows:-
History OF UN Peacekeeping Operations during the COLD WAR: 1945 TO 1987
This lesson gives a student with an indulgent of the beginning, cause, growth, execution, and success of UN peacekeeping during the Cold War. It covers the Arab-Israeli quarrel and missions in Lebanon, Korea, the Congo, Pakistan and India, Cyprus, The Middle East and Africa. Martial peacekeeping is discussed to encourage the peaceful agreement of disputes.
History OF UN Peacekeeping Operations Following the Cold War: 1988 to 1996
This course tells about the recovery and consequent economizing of UN peacekeeping and peace enforcement throughout the years subsequent the Cold War, talking about both the successes and the failures. It covers the actions in the, Somalia, Rwanda, Mozambique, Yugoslavia, Cambodia, Central America, Angola and Persian Gulf.
History OF UN Peacekeeping Operations from Retrenchment TO Resurgence: 1997 TO 2006
This course traces the cutback of UN peacekeeping operations in the 1990s and early 21st Century, because of which there is a growth in the magnitude, capacity, and difficulty of latest, and present UN peacekeeping and peace enforcement operations. The course covers current and recent operations in the Haiti, Balkans, Africa and Guatemala.
Peacekeeping in the Former Yugoslavia:-
This course gives information to the student about the forces and political efforts which are carried out to bring peace in the Former Yugoslavia 1995-1999. Extensive historical locale, the Dayton Accord, UN Missions prior to NATO, IFOR the role of the media, Kosovo and the JLA, missions finished and continuing. Learning this history will give student an approval of non-easiness in maintaining the peace, and the difficulties faced by the UN mission in Kosovo.
Combined History Enrolment
Lately, the institution is continuing its work on peace and some new courses are being introduced in order to maintain the peace. The Peace Operations Training Institute is very pleased to announce the forthcoming of the latest course Principles and plans for United Nations Peacekeeping Operations. This course is the result of a supportive company with the Peacekeeping superlative Practices Section of the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations’ Policy, assessment and Training Division, and is based on the inner DPKO/DFS publication United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Principles and