By Sebastiaan J.H. Rietjens and Myriame T.I.B. Bollen
The various sorts of cooperation among the army and quite a lot of civilian actors are addressed during this imperative quantity. It analyses civil-military cooperation in several settings resembling in the course of emergency reduction operations (tsunami, earthquakes and refugee crises) and through balance and reconstruction operations equivalent to peace help in Afghanistan and the Congo. This booklet comprises contributions from either senior lecturers and practitioners comparable to army officials and humanitarian team of workers and appears at matters akin to what's to be won by means of civil-military cooperation. It includes conclusions and proposals for lecturers and practitioners making it a worthwhile learn for individuals deployed in those operations.
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It is an operation amongst the people, whose perception is the Center of Gravity: that all inhabitants of Kosovo are better off with the United Nations Mission in Kosovo/KFOR than without, that we jointly offer a better future’ (Brocades Zaalberg 2006). The importance of creating joint operations rooms for the military and police on the district level, a lesson General Templer had learned when he saw military service during the insurgency in Palestine and applied in Malaya, would only slowly be relearned during missions such as Kosovo.
Although uneven, there was clearly an upward learning curve within the British military and political establishment as a result of informally transferred lessons. ’ A hearts-and-minds campaign was the other way to deny the guerrillas their most important protective shield—the people. ‘Winning the hearts and minds’ became a platitude in the course of the 1960s at the time of the Vietnam War, and re-emerged as such during peace operation in the 1990s and recent military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Managing Civil-Military Cooperation (Military Strategy and Operational Art) by Sebastiaan J.H. Rietjens and Myriame T.I.B. Bollen