Opinion

Peacekeeping in Central African Republic a smart, but not risk-free, choice

When measured against Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo, CAR seems the best option.

UN peacekeepers patrol the Muslim enclave of PK5 in the capital city of Bangui in Central African Republic in May 2015.
UN photograph by Catianne Tijerina

By EVAN P. CINQ-MARS, WALTER DORN

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016 12:00 AM

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