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IT’S TIME FOR THE RED BERETS
?WHO is not equipped to fight a pandemic of this proportion.
?WHO’s responsibility is to 
A. Monitor threats to public health 
B. Inform and advise the member states.
? The fight against COVID-19 has to be on a war footing.
?Department of Peace Operations
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IT’S TIME FOR THE RED BERETS
?WHO is not equipped to fight a pandemic of this proportion.
?WHO’s responsibility is to 
A. Monitor threats to public health 
B. Inform and advise the member states.
? The fight against COVID-19 has to be on a war footing.
?Department of Peace Operations
A force under Chapter VII
?The UN Security Council (UNSC) stands paralysed because of 
petty battles on the 
?Name of the pandemic
?Its origin 
?The need for transparency
?UNSC should hold an emergency meeting and authorise the 
UN Secretary General to put together a force under Chapter 
VII of the UN Charter.
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IT’S TIME FOR THE RED BERETS
?WHO is not equipped to fight a pandemic of this proportion.
?WHO’s responsibility is to 
A. Monitor threats to public health 
B. Inform and advise the member states.
? The fight against COVID-19 has to be on a war footing.
?Department of Peace Operations
A force under Chapter VII
?The UN Security Council (UNSC) stands paralysed because of 
petty battles on the 
?Name of the pandemic
?Its origin 
?The need for transparency
?UNSC should hold an emergency meeting and authorise the 
UN Secretary General to put together a force under Chapter 
VII of the UN Charter.
?The mandate of the Charter should be interpreted to 
emphasise that this is the greatest threat to international 
peace and security. 
?Moreover, conflicts are possible on account of the fragility of 
the international system. 
?Member states should be requested to send not only troops, 
but also police, health workers and equipment.
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IT’S TIME FOR THE RED BERETS
?WHO is not equipped to fight a pandemic of this proportion.
?WHO’s responsibility is to 
A. Monitor threats to public health 
B. Inform and advise the member states.
? The fight against COVID-19 has to be on a war footing.
?Department of Peace Operations
A force under Chapter VII
?The UN Security Council (UNSC) stands paralysed because of 
petty battles on the 
?Name of the pandemic
?Its origin 
?The need for transparency
?UNSC should hold an emergency meeting and authorise the 
UN Secretary General to put together a force under Chapter 
VII of the UN Charter.
?The mandate of the Charter should be interpreted to 
emphasise that this is the greatest threat to international 
peace and security. 
?Moreover, conflicts are possible on account of the fragility of 
the international system. 
?Member states should be requested to send not only troops, 
but also police, health workers and equipment.
?In war situations, the Secretary General is able to put 
together a force in about four months.
?UN forces have been acceptable in most countries.
?As for the cost, the responsibility for the deployment of 
forces for peacekeeping, peace building and peace 
enforcement is that of the permanent members.
?Instead of competing with each other for leadership of the 
post-COVID-19 world, let them help create a post-COVID-19 
world.
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IT’S TIME FOR THE RED BERETS
?WHO is not equipped to fight a pandemic of this proportion.
?WHO’s responsibility is to 
A. Monitor threats to public health 
B. Inform and advise the member states.
? The fight against COVID-19 has to be on a war footing.
?Department of Peace Operations
A force under Chapter VII
?The UN Security Council (UNSC) stands paralysed because of 
petty battles on the 
?Name of the pandemic
?Its origin 
?The need for transparency
?UNSC should hold an emergency meeting and authorise the 
UN Secretary General to put together a force under Chapter 
VII of the UN Charter.
?The mandate of the Charter should be interpreted to 
emphasise that this is the greatest threat to international 
peace and security. 
?Moreover, conflicts are possible on account of the fragility of 
the international system. 
?Member states should be requested to send not only troops, 
but also police, health workers and equipment.
?In war situations, the Secretary General is able to put 
together a force in about four months.
?UN forces have been acceptable in most countries.
?As for the cost, the responsibility for the deployment of 
forces for peacekeeping, peace building and peace 
enforcement is that of the permanent members.
?Instead of competing with each other for leadership of the 
post-COVID-19 world, let them help create a post-COVID-19 
world.
?The UN stands discredited today as the UNSC has not been 
able to meet.
?Several resolutions are in circulation, but none under 
Chapter VII.
?The first step will be to pass a resolution to take action to end 
the crisis and authorise the Secretary General to request 
member states to make personnel available. 
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