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According to a record of the Mexican National Center of Investigation and Security filed on August 2010, Mexico has had over 30,000 people killed since the start of the war against drug trafficking on December 2006. In the same way, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child has expressed great concern over the killing of over 1,000 minors during the past four decades in the Mexican military's war on drug cartels and organized crime. These figures alarm nationally and globally, due to the mass violations of human rights that the Mexican war from drug trafficking has generated. Article 39 about the Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations gives power to the Security Council to decide what measures shall be taken in order to keep or restore international peace and security when it determines the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression. This power doesn't have exact limitations, because risks to global peace can emerge not merely from battles among States, but also from battles within exactly the same State. The UN is taking aim at all that could be the source of these conflicts. Therefore, the prevention of conflicts and the promotion of peace take quite varied forms. Following a conflict has already taken place, Peacekeeping missions allow the Security Council to watch over the cease-fire and also take part in the creation of conditions for peace. When is an internal State conflict so harmful that UN should intervene? Should a Peacekeeping functioning of the UN take place in Mexico? The main point of this document is to analyze whether a UN peacekeeping operation should be sent to restore the public order and safety in Mexico due to the offenses against.