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Japan’s Peace Keeping Operation. 1 st ARF PEACE KEEPING EXPERT’S MEETING PORT DICKSON, MALAYSIA 7-9 MARCH 2007. Evolution of PKO Mandate. Present PKO Mandate. Electoral Observers Civilian Police Human Rights Repatriation of Refugees Institutional Building Reconstruction & Recovery.

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Japan s peace keeping operation

Japan’s Peace Keeping Operation

1st ARF PEACE KEEPING EXPERT’S MEETING

PORT DICKSON, MALAYSIA

7-9 MARCH 2007


Japan s peace keeping operation

Evolution of PKO Mandate

Present PKO Mandate

Electoral Observers

Civilian Police

Human Rights

Repatriation of Refugees

Institutional Building

Reconstruction & Recovery

Traditional PKO Mandate

Ceasefire

Monitoring

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Diverse and Complicated


Japan s peace keeping operation

Basic Policy on Japan’s Participation in

UN Peacekeeping Forces (Five Principles)

Conflict parties must reach a cease-fire accord.

Conflict parties, including those from the countries in which the UN peacekeeping forces are to operate, must consent to Japan’s participation in the core operations of the UN forces.

The UN peacekeeping forces must maintain impartiality; they should not side with any particular conflict parties.

The SDF may withdraw from operations of the UN peacekeeping forces if any one of the three principles stated above is not met.

The use of weapons by SDF members participating in operations of the UN peacekeeping forces should be limited to the minimum necessary to protect the members’ lives.


Japan s peace keeping operation

Record of Japan’s Participation in

UN Peacekeeping Operations

* Political Mission


Japan s peace keeping operation

SDF’s Commitment to UN PKO

UNDOF

UNTAC

UNTAET, UNMISET

ONUMOZ


Japan s peace keeping operation

Upgrading of International Peace Cooperation Activities etc. from supplementary missions

to primary missions of SDF


Japan s peace keeping operation

A School to Build Peace Builders

TERAKOYA

Instructors from relevant leading institutions

advancing peacebuilding and field missions

Japanese and Asian Civilians

Explore Cooperation with ARF PKO Experts Meeting and Other Regional PKO Training Centers


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