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Question: Can military peacekeeping operations promote a culture of peace? CPNN article: Opérations de paix et gestion des conflits
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Posted: Dec. 31 1999,17:00

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Posted: Jan. 05 2014,09:50

The answer this question provided by UNESCO in 1992 was "no."  The culture of peace program at UNESCO was launched as an alternative to peacekeeping operations, because it was considered that soldiers cannot bring a culture of peace.  Is there any reason to think that this has changed in the intervening 20 years?
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