UNSC Accepts India’s Plea for Additional Troops in South Sudan

UNSC Accepts India’s Plea for Additional Troops in South Sudan  The South Sudan resolution by the UN Security Council on 26 December 2013 has approved a temporary increase in the strength of UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) up to 12,500 military personnel and 1,323 policemen from a current combined strength of 7,000. The UNMISS is operating under Chapter VII which permits employment of force for protection and prevention of conflict and is seen as one of peace making and enforcement rather than peace keeping per se. As per Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, peacekeeping mission is concerned with the protection of civilians, and thus is not mandated to engage in protection of South Sudan's territory or the sovereignty of that territory. The present strength of UN troop...
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