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PKI and Historical Publications

March 19, 2004
Touchstones for the Military Leadership Engaged in Asymmetric Warfare
Touchstones for the Military Leadership Engaged in Asymmetric Warfare

This paper attempts to capture the key features of an asymmetric warfare arena that may provide the military war fighters suitable touchstones in the planning and conduct of a counterinsurgency campaign. This effort besides digging into a plethora of literature also takes into account the experiential base of the author.

By Brigadier Bikram Singh, Indian Army
March 23, 2004
Civil Military Operations: Afghanistan
Civil Military Operations: Afghanistan

The U.S. Army Peacekeeping Institute (PKI), located at the U.S. Army War College has previously conducted studies of Civil Military Operations (CMO) in U.S. military engagements abroad. Based on comments from various levels of command engaged in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, PKI felt that the one-year mark was the proper time to do an assessment of CMO there. Most participants would be completing tours and have the time and perspective to reflect on their experiences. In late FY 03, PKI was reorganized into the U.S. Army Peace Keeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI). This report is therefore published under the auspices of PKSOI.

By Professor Bill Flavin