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Death by a Thousand Cuts

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Foreword Death by a Thousand Cuts explores the application of national reconciliation programs to undermine insurgencies from within and lay the groundwork for stability in the post-conflict period. Dr. Raymond A. Millen presents three case studies—Malaya, South Vietnam, and Iraq—for … Continue reading

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US Global Stabilization Strategy for the COVID 19 Pandemic

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8 April 2020 By Dr. Raymond A. Millen and the PKSOI Team In the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic, the United States should continue to confirm its global leadership. As a global power and largest contributor of foreign aid … Continue reading

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Stabilization during Epidemics

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3 April 2020 By Dr. Raymond A. Millen and the PKSOI Team Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. Executive Summary Since recorded history, disease has beleaguered mankind and at times precipitated epidemics and pandemics. As such, epidemics have ravaged dense population … Continue reading

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US Foreign Police Advising: The Case of Vietnam

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Foreign assistance in policing is not a new phenomenon, but often we fail to consider the past, while planning for the future. Since 1989, the role of the US in several stability operations has increased, such as: Panama (1989), Somalia … Continue reading

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Lesson Report: March 2020 Consolidating Gains

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This edition of the PKSOI Lessons Learned Report explores the challenges and com-plexities of Consolidating Gains, an Army strategic role that sets conditions for enduring political and strategic outcomes to military operations. (p. 3-5, ADP 3-0, Operations) Consolidating gains is integral … Continue reading

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Sunsetting SOLLIMS – Stability Operations Lessons Learned & Information Management System

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The Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI) will sunset the Stability Operations Lessons Learned & Information Management System (SOLLIMS). The system will not be available after Friday, March 13, 2020. The lessons and resources archived in SOLLIMS have been moved … Continue reading

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US Host Joint Effort Supporting Woman, Peace, Security in Jordan

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USAID/Jordan is preparing to develop a new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) for 2020–2025. To inform the new CDCS and future programming, USAID/Jordan commissioned Management Systems International (MSI) to contract a team of gender experts (the MSI Gender Team) to … Continue reading

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WPS Congressional Caucus Launch

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WPS Congressional Caucus Launch. Representative Lois Frankel (D-Fla.) and Representative Michael Waltz (R-Fla.) officially launched the Women, Peace, and Security Congressional Caucus Monday, March 9th. The caucus, co-chaired by Rep. Frankel and Rep. Waltz, will work to support implementation of … Continue reading

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Lesson Report: December 2019

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This quarter’s SOLLIMS Lesson Learned Report theme is partnering.  Partnering is a broad concept in peacekeeping and stability operations, ranging from informal cooperation between aiding organi-zations and local authorities, to the doctrinal concepts embodied in Joint Publication JP 3-20 Security … Continue reading

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2019 International Concept Development and Experimentation (ICD&E) Conference – Madrid, Spain

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  The Ministry of Defense of the Kingdom of Spain, in support of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization – Allied Command Transformation (NATO-ACT), hosted the 2019 International Concept Development and Experimentation (ICD&E) Conference in Madrid, Spain from 29 – 31 … Continue reading

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