Spoilers from within: bureaucratic spoiling in United Nations Peace Operations

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Coping with Spoilers from Within: Die Obstruktion von Friedensoperationen durch politisierte Bürokratien
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Journal of International Organizations Studies. 2014, 5(1), pp. 13-27. ISSN 2191-2556. eISSN 2191-2564
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Taking the organizational characteristic of international organizations seriously, this article draws attention to the internal bureaucratic dimension of United Nations Peace Operations. It focuses on the obstructing behavior of individual members of this international bureaucracy and its potential impact on an operation’s overall performance. It does so by extending Stedman’s spoiler concept to include actors within the peace operations bureaucracy. Subsequently, based on findings from public administration research, a working definition of “bureaucratic spoilers” is developed. In order to demonstrate the empirical relevance of the theoretical concept “spoilers from within,” empirical examples are presented to illustrate the main forms of bureaucratic spoiling in UN peace operations: dissent-shirking, obstruction, and sabotage.

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ISO 690TRETTIN, Frederik, Julian JUNK, 2014. Spoilers from within: bureaucratic spoiling in United Nations Peace Operations. In: Journal of International Organizations Studies. 2014, 5(1), pp. 13-27. ISSN 2191-2556. eISSN 2191-2564
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@article{Trettin2014Spoil-28088,
  year={2014},
  title={Spoilers from within: bureaucratic spoiling in United Nations Peace Operations},
  number={1},
  volume={5},
  issn={2191-2556},
  journal={Journal of International Organizations Studies},
  pages={13--27},
  author={Trettin, Frederik and Junk, Julian}
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