Civilian-Military Cooperation in the Prevention of Deadly Conflict: Implementing Agreements in Bosnia and Beyond

Civilian-Military Cooperation in the Prevention of Deadly Conflict: Implementing Agreements in Bosnia and Beyond

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In this paper, a set of principles for civilian-military implementation of peace agreements is presented, outlining structural-functional imperatives for integrating and coordinating the efforts of the international community, and suggesting that the key to prevention of a renewal of deadly conflict lies in the establishment of an effective civilian-military implementation staff.
Citation: Joulwan, George A.; Shoemaker, Christopher C. Civilian-Military Cooperation in the Prevention of Deadly Conflict: Implementing Agreements in Bosnia and Beyond (Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1998)
Program: International Peace and Security