JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES

War and Peace: Chinese Blue Helmets for National Interests?: South Sudan as a Case Study

Colonel Govindan Praveen is posted as Directing Staff in the Faculty of Decision Sciences, College of Defence Management, Secunderabad.
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  • July-September 2022
    Volume: 
    16
    Issue: 
    3
    Focus

    The People’s Republic of China (PRC) was accepted into United Nations (UN) on 25 June 1971, replacing the nationalist government of Chiang Kai-shek, who fled to the island of Taiwan in 1949. Chiang’s Republic of China had been among the founding members of the UN. Being one of the five permanent members (P5) of the UN Security Council (UNSC) with veto rights, China is presently the second largest fund contributor after the United States (US). As for troop deployment, it has the largest number of troops deployed amongst the P5 though the troop contribution of a 1,000 plus1 makes PRC the sixth largest contributor amongst others like India and Rwanda

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