One of the biggest success of the UNMIL is without doubt the fact that peace has lasted so long and that Liberia did not retrieve to civil war. UNMIL, provided security guarantees that let the UN and other international agencies embark on a series of humanitarian and infrastructure-building projects throughout the country (United Nations Foundation, 2018). These project made sure that civilian society is not only protected from direct violence but also enjoy basic human rights. UNMIL also draw lesson from the first peacekeeping mission in Liberia and conducted DDDR much better which also helped in protection of civilians. It is considered to be the first mission in which the UN fully draws lessons from previous efforts in, among other things, Somalia and Sierra Leone and implemented the recommendations in the so-called Brahimi report in practice (Rkrattsbaser, 2018).However, some argues that UN’s peacekeeping is implemented by a complex bureaucratic organization, which itself can be a source of dysfunction and failure. In his case study Winckler came to the result that show a substantial lack of structural guidance for members of the UN peacekeeping bureaucracy which in return has negative effect on peacekeeping activity (Winckler, 2015). According to some scholars it is not in the interest of the UNMIL to have completely successful mission and withdraw because of the economic gain from it. What is meant with the the peacekeeping economy is taking into account economic activity that either would not occur, or would occur at a much lower scale and pay-rate, without the international peacekeeping presence (Jennings, 2015). Another gap in peacekeeping activities is the fact that the mandate of the mission does not extend to enforcement of the sanctions imposed by the Security Council. This leads to a serious security gap that threatens the integrity of the mission as a whole.