Abstract

Since the 1990s, accusations of sexual exploitation and abuses by United Nations peacekeepers against local populations were made public and have forced the UN to take action without leading to any significant changes. Drawing on feminist and postcolonial approaches in IR as well as on gender studies, and based in the concepts of militarized masculinities and militarization, this research will address the complex relationship between protectors and protected in a UN peace mission context.

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