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Guide to Rebuilding Governance in Stability Operations: A Role for The Military?

Guide to Rebuilding Governance in Stability Operations: A Role for The Military? (Paperback)

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In October 2008, the U.S. Army issued Field Manual 3.07, Stability Operations Doctrine, which identified five key sectors as components of an integrated approach to stabilization and reconstruction (S&R) operations-security, justice and reconciliation, humanitarian assistance and social well-being, participatory governance, and economic stabilization and infrastructure. Government, or governance, has a central role in assuring the successful end-states for transition in each of these sectors. This guide focuses on the military's role in rebuilding and establishing a functional, effective, and legitimate nation-state; one that can assure security and stability for its citizens, defend its borders, deliver services effectively for its populace, and is responsible and accountable to its citizens. Neither a handbook nor a checklist, the document provides a comprehensive approach to planning and implementing a program to rebuild governance by U.S. peacekeeping forces during stability operations.

Education Publisher: Lulu.com Publication Date: 07/02/2014 ISBN-13: 9781304886873  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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