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PKSOI provides instruction at the Ethiopian Peacekeeping Training Center (EIPKTC)

In conjunction with the countries of Ethiopia, Japan, United States, and United Nations Development Program, LT COLONEL Norihisa Urakami of the National Defense Academy of Japan and U.S. Navy CAPTAIN Danny King from the U.S. Army War College Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, both collaborated together in administering the Post Conflict Recovery Course recently (5-16 NOV 2018) taught at the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Peace Support Training Center located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with a special emphasis on Security Sector Reform (SSR). The class included students representing the Diplomatic Community, Military, Police Force, and Judicial Branch from 8 various countries within the content of Africa. “Helping make the world a safer place through collaboration, training, and working together to protect and serve…”  "In a location of the world where we are witnessing both China and Russia’s increased interest/influence, the United States Africa Command’s (USAFRICOM) number one line of effort is strengthening partner capacity within various African nations, by focusing on strengthening mutually beneficial networks between the U.S. and key partners." - CAPT Danny King. To read more of CAPT King's Ethiopia Post-Conflict Recovery Click Here

Post Conflict Recovery Course Class Photo taught 5-16 November 2018 at the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Peace Support Training Center (FDRE-PSTC) that included representation from 8 African Nations in addition to educational training support from Japan and the United States.
U.S. Navy CAPTAIN Danny King provides an overview of the U.S. Army War College Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute to include a special introductory class on the SOLLIMS data base.  Ms. Fasika Tesfaye is captured perusing the SOLLIMS data base, which lead to very positive feedback of its content and use from Ms. Tesfaye and fellow students.
U.S. Navy CAPT Danny King from the Army War College Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute provides training lectures to the students covering components of Security Sector Reform that included Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR), Rule of Law, Police/Security Reform, and Defense (Military) Sector Reform.
   During the final case study and table top exercise, Ambassador Daisuke Matsunaga (Japanese Ambassador to Ethiopia), COL Elias Seyoum (Acting Head of FDRE-PSTC), LTC Norihisa Urakami (International Consultant), and CAPT Danny King (Senior Naval Advisor PKSOI) are captured observing the class collaborating and demonstrating the special negotiation skill sets acquired throughout the Post Conflict Recovery Course

 

 

October 4, 2011
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 2, Issue 1
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 2, Issue 1

This issue of the Peace & Stability Journal features articles related to the topics of foreign state-building in Rwanda, microfinance and small business, and social-media in conflict.

 

July 8, 2011
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4

This Issue of the Peace & Stability Journal features articles on the subjects of human resource efforts by the Japanese in East Timor, economic capacity building, prison medicine and the Rule of Law, building intellectual capacity in partner defense forces, developing host nation law enforcement capacity for security transition, and capacity building in Korea. 

June 1, 2011
Defining Command, Leadership, and Management Success Factors within Stability Operations
Defining Command, Leadership, and Management Success Factors within Stability Operations

Author: Dave Fielder

This monograph addresses the topic of Command-Leadership-Management (CLM) success attributes in Stability Operations and is intended to reach a wide audience of actors, including military and civilian deliverers of effect at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of operations. It was developed from a dissertation and updated while the author was deployed in Iraq at a time of transition from Combat Operations (Operation IRAQI FREEDOM) to fully declared Stability Operations (Operation NEW DAWN).

May 1, 2011
The Government Assistance Center: A Vehicle for Transitioning to the Host Government
The Government Assistance Center: A Vehicle for Transitioning to the Host Government

Authors: Raymond A. Millen and Carolyn Pruitt

This monograph proposes the establishment of a new unifying assistance and development organization to help fragile states and is divided into five sections. The first section briefly examines the challenges associated with Whole of Government and Comprehensive approaches as well as with provincial reconstruction teams.

April 11, 2011
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 3
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 3

This issue of the Peace & Stability Journal features articles on the Protection of Civilians, the 2011 Army Stability Operations Stakeholders Conference, Mass Atrocity Response Operations Workshop Report, and Women, Peace, and Security toward a U.S. action plan.

March 1, 2011
Finding the Balance: U.S. Military Operations
Finding the Balance: U.S. Military Operations

Author: William Flavin

This monograph examines the U.S. Military’s struggle to find the correct balance between conventional and counterinsurgency/stability approaches. The author uses history to remind us that at the end of wars, Armies often “throw the baby out with the bathwater” and revert to a default position for organization and doctrine instead of inculcating those lessons learned in the recent wars. History shows us that we do not maintain capabilities and capacity to conduct operations in complex environments.

February 1, 2011
A Continuation of Politics by Other Means: The "Politics" of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-93)
A Continuation of Politics by Other Means: The "Politics" of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-93)

Author: Boraden Nhem

This monograph uses the UN Cambodian peacekeeping mission of 1992-93, considered a great success by many, to examine the complexities involved in UN peacekeeping missions and to illustrate the primacy of the political context in determining success.

January 7, 2011
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2

This issue of the Peace & Stability Journal features articles on the Training and Education Conference Report, the UNited Nations Challenges Forum, the PKSOI approach to leader development in Peace & Stability Operations, the Strategic Advisor, and Peace-gaming with the Green Country Model.

December 1, 2010
Lessons Learned from U.S. Government Law Enforcement in International Operations
Lessons Learned from U.S. Government Law Enforcement in International Operations

Authors: Dilshika Jayamaha, Scott Brady, Ben Fitzgerald, Jason Fritz

This paper has been produced as a part of the Law Enforcement Capabilities Project (LECP). The LECP is an initiative of the Emerging Capabilities Division (ECD) within the Rapid Reaction Technology Office (RRTO) of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).

October 1, 2010
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1
Peace & Stability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1

This issue of the Peace & Stability Journal features articles on the 5th Annual Training & Education Conference, Children Trafficking and the Stain on Humanity, the Rule of Law and Justice in Security Sector Reform, and the issues, challenges, and solutions to the Transitions Conference.