In a concerted effort to address the mounting tensions in the English Wikipedia province of projectspace, the United Nations announced this Wednesday that they would dispatch peacekeeping troops to the war-torn region. This decision comes as a response to reports of escalating violence and political unrest in discussions regarding the manual of style, article deletion, and discussion of whether it's unjustified POV pushing to say "escalating violence" instead of "political unrest", as well as whether it's a WP:CIVIL violation to use the f-word when you revert them.
Projectspace, an area long ravaged by conflict and ideological strife, has been "on the brink of collapse" for some time, according to a statement released by the UN Security Council. One major threat to stability in the region is the ongoing skirmishes between paramilitary groups such as the En–Dash Liberation Army and the Hyphens-are-Fine Coalition. Increasing amounts of territory are currently de facto controlled by breakaway factions; the south of the region is disputed between the "People's Front of Wikipedia", the "Peoples' Front of Wikipedia", the "Peoples Front of Wikipedia" and the "People's front of Wikipedia".
The peacekeeping force, composed of troops from countries across the world, will be under the command of a senior UN official, responsible for coordinating actions on the ground and reporting to the Security Council. Their first task will be the three-hundred-kilobyte RfC about whether articles about diplomatic and military detachments such as itself should say they're "United Nations peacekeeping forces", "international peacekeeping missions" or "missions of UN peacekeepers".
Their mission is the protection of civilians, the maintenance of law and order, and the facilitation of political dialogue among warring factions.