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Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Programs for Military Practitioners

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Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Programs for Military Practitioners serves as a guide for organizing, planning, preparing, and executing activities in support of such operations. As the book underscores, the military’s supporting role is not passive; instead, it practices active engagement … Continue reading

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Maritime Stability Operations – China: Bullying Their Way Into the Arctic

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The US Geological Survey estimates that the Arctic holds approximately 90 billion barrels of undiscovered oil which is about 13 percent of global estimates and 30 percent of the Earth’s undiscovered natural gas.[i] This increase in regional shipping and resource … Continue reading

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Human Security in U.S. Military Operations: A Primer for DOD

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The U.S. Army has always worked among people in areas of conflict. In recent times, the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are wrestling with what human security means, how military operations impact it, and what can … Continue reading

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Semi-Annual Lesson Report: Setting the Stage for Peace and Stability Operations

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This edition of the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute’s Semi-Annual Lesson Report explores the challenges and complexities of “setting the stage” for peace and stability operations and activities. To read the full report click on the link below. To download … Continue reading

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Maritime Stability Operations: A Foreign Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Case Study

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Maritime stability operations are a subset of larger stability operations which take advantage of the freedoms that operating from the sea and operating under maritime law provide.  Maritime stability operations are divided into two types, steady state and crisis response.  … Continue reading

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2020.01 United Nations Infantry Battalion Manual (UNIBAM)

The purpose of the United Nations Infantry Battalion Manual (UNIBAM) is two-fold. It provides Troop Contributing Countries (TCCs) with guidance on how to train, equip units deploying to UN Peacekeeping Missions, and it provides battalion commanders and staff, company commanders, … Continue reading

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Protecting Civilians A Humanitarian Obligation: Essay Series on the Protection of Civilians, Children and Armed Conflict and Cultural Property Protection

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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) published an Essay Series,Protecting Civilians: A Humanitarian Obligation, with a contribution from Sarah Petrin (Williamson), and Col (Ret.) Dwight Raymond, on “A U.S.Perspective on the Protection of Civilians.” The essay outlines the U.S. military … Continue reading

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Maintaining Stability in International Space

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By Dr. Raymond A. Millen and Travis Bolio Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute The purpose of stability in international orbiting space is to create and sustain an environment for the peaceful pursuit of international interests, namely science, technology, exploration, and … Continue reading

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USAWC sponsors academic workshop on Women in Peace & Security

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USAWC Commandant addresses DoD equities in Women, Peace and Security USAWC’s WPS lead’s war college education motivated and guided her work with WPS PME representatives share best practices for WPS integration As an Army critical care nurse, Col. Veronica Oswald- … Continue reading

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Crippling Insurgencies with National Reconciliation Programs: A Primer for Military Practitioners

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Forward  This primer on reconciliation programs serves to complement counterinsurgency strategies. While such programs require a fair amount of organization, resources, funding and manpower, the key distinction is they are predominately managed by host nation governments. This requirement means that … Continue reading

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