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n Conflict Trends - Civil-military coordination : an operational requirement for the effective management of peace missions

Volume 2003, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

 

Abstract

Understanding the post-Cold War United Nations' (UN) response to conflict hinges on accepting that most conflicts are more complex than merely be unable to conform to a signed ceasefire agreement. In terms of the management of peace missions, the elements of a structured response are gaining international consensus. The international community recognises the need for a multi-dimensional response in order to resolve conflicts. It also accepts that this response would have to include a conceptual and managerial focus aimed at establishing an amicable working relationship between civilian and military role players.

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2003-01-01
2019-11-22

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