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  1. Unregistered
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    Peacekeeping and Plurality

    I fear I must ask a question that has plagued me for some time.

    The United Nations currently has 16 peacekeeping operations. If I were to give support to a singular peacekeeping operation, would that be an act of "increasing support for peacekeeping operations"? If I give support to one, does that increase the support for the entire body as a whole? Or, because of the plurality of "operations," must I support all (or at least more than one) to increase support for peacekeeping operations?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Cameron O'Bannon

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    Re: Peacekeeping and Plurality

    It depends what type of support. If you were making a contribution, then you would be able to support a single operation.

  2. ziggurat87
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    Re: Peacekeeping and Plurality

    Thank you. What about, say, diplomatic support? Would diplomatic support to a single operation be an act of "support of peacekeeping operations?"

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    Re: Peacekeeping and Plurality

    No, because you could suport one operation, but oppose another. France, for example, supports the peacekeeping operation in the Ivory Coast, but doesn't support others.

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