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Peacekeeping: Thousands Trained but United States is Unlikely to Complete All Activities by 2010 and Some Improvements are Needed
Joseph A. Christoff (au)
In 2004, in response to the Group of Eight (G8) Sea Island Summit, the U.S. established the Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI), a 5-year program to build peacekeeping capabilities worldwide, with a focus on Africa. Since 2005, the Dept. of State has allocated $374 million and selected 52 countries to participate in the program. Congress mandated an assessment and report on the initiative. This report assesses: (1) progress made in meeting GPOI goals; (2) whether State is consistently assessing the quality and effectiveness of the training; and (3) the extent to which countries meet program criteria and whether trainees are adequately screened for human rights abuses. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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