Potentially very good news for global governance:
Japan said it would change its laws in order to be able to send soldiers on United Nations peacekeeping missions. Mexico said it would revive its involvement in United Nations peacekeeping. Indonesia, Mongolia and Bangladesh promised to prepare troops for rapid deployment.
There are more peacekeepers than ever before — 130,000 troops, police officers and civilian staff members, according to the United Nations. Attacks on them are rising.