This book argues that for peace support operations (such as those in Afghanistan) to be effective, the civil-military interface should ideally be integrated ' within the interagency arena as well as within the defence ministry.
Setting the scene
Introduction: effectiveness in complex peace operations
The civil-military dimension of effectiveness
Case study: the United States
The patterns of civil-military relations in the United States
The American way of war
Civil-military aspects of US operations in Iraq
Case study: the United Kingdom
The patterns of civil-military relations in the United Kingdom
The British way of war
Civil-military aspects of British operations in Iraq
Evaluating the hypothesis: the cases compared and contrasted
Appendix: indicators of effectiveness in complex peace operations
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