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Este blog está dedicado al análisis y discusión de temas relacionados con la seguridad nacional y la defensa. El autor es fundador y Director de Inteligencia en Riskop, una firma mexicana de inteligencia estratégica y control de riesgos y Director del Institute for Strategy and Development Research, ISDR. Estudiante del programa MA Maritime Security por la Universidad de Coventry, Inglaterra (2020-2022). Politólogo por el ITESM Campus Monterrey y egresado del William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies (DPCT 2016). Investigador Externo del Instituto de Investigaciones Estratégicas de la Armada de México y conferencista en el Centro de Estudios Superiores Navales y el Colegio de Defensa Nacional.

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Coming interview on Mexico’s involvement in Peacekeeping Operations

Some days ago, we bought this book at the Mexican Navy Center for Higher Studies.

Introduction to Peacekeeping Operations, Author: Alfonso J. Motta Allen

 

The author, a former Mexican Navy officer and Dalhousie University PhD. in International Relations, is a well regarded expert in National Security and United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (UNPKO).
Next week, MXSECURITY will interview Mr. Motta on Mexico’s future involvement in UNPKO.
 You can send your questions by posting them on the “comments” section.
Till next week.
MXSECURITY Staff.

One comment on “Coming interview on Mexico’s involvement in Peacekeeping Operations

  1. Astrid says:

    I would like to ask about the implementation of peacekeeping operation in Mexico. Despite the statements of experts which denied the current situation of Mexico as a not armed conflict. I would like to say that we are in an armed conflict of non international character. According to case law, we already reached the level of organization and violence to fit in this criteria. If the people say that we arent, it is just because they do not know anything about International Humanitarian Law. Therefore, I could say that we can find a solution in this international framework.

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