Peacekeeping sex : a feminist regulatory framework
Peacekeeping sex, or sex between peacekeepers and local people, is a long-standing and serious issue, and its current regulation is fraught and unsatisfactory. The United Nations (UN) has shifted from an unofficial 'boys will be boys' approach in Cambodia in the early 1990s to the current 'zero tolerance' policy that prohibits sexual exploitation and abuse. Until recently, the peacekeeping literature largely ignored the issue of peacekeeping sex. The academic literature is split between...[Show more]
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