In recent years, UN- and NATO-led international peacekeeping missions stationed in post-conflict zones have been targeted by the media and human rights watch groups for their failure to adequately confront the issue of trafficking in their assigned countries. The current criticisms leveled at UN peacekeeping operations are twofold.
The embarrassment caused by the misconduct of UN forces in devastated communities around the world - including Haiti, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, Cambodia , East Timor and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) - has become an increasingly high profile, political problem.
An Associated Press investigation revealed in 2017 that more than 100 UN peacekeepers ran a child sex ring in Haiti over a 10 year period and none were ever jailed. The report further found that over the past 12 years there have been almost 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers and other U.N. personnel around the world.
UNITED NATIONS – The U.N. says there are 31 new allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation against U.N. peacekeepers and civilians working for U.N. agencies during the three-month period from July through September. Fifteen of the allegations are against civilians doing work for the U.N. refugee agency.
World renowned journalist Seymour Hersh made one of the most startling claims of his career: that the U.S. government possesses video and audio evidence proving that U.S. soldiers raped teenage boys in Iraq.
Mention the South American country of Colombia to most Americans today, and what unhappily springs to mind are the twin scourges of drugs and terrorism-- and rightly so. But how many Americans are aware that it is George Soros and the London-centered financial apparatus he represents, that are directly behind this criminal takeover of Colombia?