Conflict Management And "whole Of Government" by Volker C. Franke, Robert H. Dorff, Editors

Full Title: Conflict Management And "whole Of Government": Useful Tools For U.S. National Security Strategy
Author/Editor(s): Volker Franke (1963-); Robert H. Dorff (1951-); Army War College (U.S.)
ISBN: 1584875240, 9781584875246
Publisher: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
Published Place: Carlisle, PA
Published/Copyright Year: 2012
Language: English
Physical Description: Illustrations included, 23 cm
Number of pages: 447 (xi, 447 pages)
Categories:
Interagency Coordination > United States > Congresses
Civil-military Relations > United States > Congresses
National Security > United States > Congresses
Conflict Management > United States > Congresses


Content:
Introduction / Volker C. Franke and Robert H. Dorff
Security sector reform : 12 central questions for responding to the security challenges of the 21st century / Robert Kennedy
The puzzle of national security planning for the whole of government / Mary R. Habeck
Development is destruction, and other things you weren't told at school / Michael Ashkenazi
Where does whole of government meet whole of society / Lisa Schirch
Security system reform in weak or fragile states : a threefold challenge to the whole of government approach / Fouzieh Melanie Alamir
A whole lot of substance or a whole lot of rhetoric : a perspective on a whole of government approach to security challenges / Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.
Whole of government in diplomacy and development : whole or hole / James Stephenson
The national security staff : what's missing in whole of government approaches to national security / Jack A. LeCuyer
Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan : looking from outside the box / Christopher Holshek
Civil-military teaming : a solution / William J. Flavin
Ethical lessons of maximizing private contractor value in Afghanistan and Iraq / Doug Brooks and Mackenzie Duelge
Multiethnic conflicts in U.S. military theaters overseas : intercultural imperatives / Gregory Paul P. Meyjes.
"Today, America faces security challenges that are exceedingly dynamic and complex, in part because of the ever changing mix and number of actors involved and the pace with which the strategic and operational environments change. To meet these new challenges more effectively, the Obama administration advocated strengthening civilian instruments of national power and enhancing America's whole-of-government (WOG) capabilities. Although the need for comprehensive integration and coordination of civilian and military, governmental and nongovernmental, national and international capabilities to improve efficiency and effectiveness of post-conflict stabilization and peacebuilding efforts is widely recognized, Washington has been criticized for its attempts at creating WOG responses to international crises and conflicts for overcommitment of resources, lack of sufficient funding and personnel, competition between agencies, ambiguous mission objectives, and undermining the military's primary purpose of defending the national interest. Presenting the results of an international Symposium held at Kennesaw State University in February 2011, this volume traces the genesis of WOG, critically examines current WOG practices, and draws lessons from the operational contexts of Iraq and Afghanistan. The first part of the book describes the overall global security context within which peacebuilding and stability operations are currently conducted, examines the merits of WOG approaches, and discusses their efficacy for responding to a range of emerging threats. The second part addresses some of the practical challenges of implementing WOG approaches to international conflict management and specifically to U.S. intervention in fragile states. The third and final part examines WOG efforts in the field and draws lessons learned from operational experiences in Afghanistan and Iraq to potential future interventions"
Publisher's website.

Notes:
"April 2012."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 417-438).

ISBNPlus ID: HVD.V13.165962-2-4202683
Nature: Bibliographies
Form: Nonfiction
LC Call No: JZ6300 .C664 2012
Released Date: 20120714

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APA Style:
Franke, V., Dorff, R.H. & Army War College (U.S.) (2012). Conflict Management And "whole Of Government": Useful Tools For U.S. National Security Strategy. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College.

MLA Style:
Franke, Volker, Robert H. Dorff, and Army War College (U.S.). Conflict Management And "whole Of Government": Useful Tools For U.S. National Security Strategy. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2012. Print.

Chicago Style:
Franke, Volker, Robert H. Dorff, and Army War College (U.S.). Conflict Management And "whole Of Government": Useful Tools For U.S. National Security Strategy. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2012.