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I just don't know if there was a rationale," he now says of that retreat. N. 's timidity was simple. "I have a wife and a son back home," he said. "My men have families too. I want us to get out there, but it's not safe. " The officer was expressing the grand flaw in peacekeeping's noble design: soldiers sent from one side of the world to the other to protect people they do not know and whose troubles do not interest them typically find themselves undermotivated. For Uruguayans in Congo, "everyone concerned" did not include the Congolese the peacekeepers were meant to protect.

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Bases,  DOWNLOADS demanding that those peacekeepers who had not already left do so immediately. "You could not defend us," they shouted. "You are useless. " Looking on in dismay was Alan Doss, head of MONUSCO from 2007 to 2010 and today executive director of the Kofi Annan Foundation in Geneva. "I just don't know if there was a rationale," he now says of that retreat. N. 's timidity was simple. "I have a wife and a son back home," he said. "My men have families too. I want us to get out there, but it's not safe.

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