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International peace and security

In 2007, the United Nations continued to promote international peace and security and strengthened its capacity to maintain its peace operations worldwide. The Security Council debated its role in reforming the security sector in countries emerging from conflict, as well as the connections between energy, security and climate, and natural resources and conflict. The Peacebuilding Commission continued to focus its attention on Burundi and Sierra Leone through its country-specific configurations, and adopted peacebuilding frameworks to guide its engagement in each of those countries. The Commission’s Organizational Committee placed a third country—Guinea-Bissau—on the Commission’s agenda and established a country-specific configuration on that country.

Related Subject(s): United Nations
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