This course will assist in training Military Observers by enhancing the general understanding of peacekeeping and by providing specific knowledge of methods and techniques for serving on a United Nations mission. Beginning with a strategic overview of the United Nations organization, the course moves through the operational spectrum of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and ends at the tactical level of “on the ground” knowledge and skills required for an individual MILOB to succeed. Thirteen lessons.
COURSE AUTHOR: Phyllis J. Mihalas, Ph.D., Lieutenant Colonel (Retired), U.S. Army, Civil Affairs. Served as the G5/CIMIC and Commander, Contingent #4, U.S. Military Observers to UNMEE. Prior to her retirement, Dr. Mihalas was an Associate Professor at the Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Dr. Mihalas lectures on Peace Operations, CIMIC and HA/DR at the Joint Forces Staff College, the Ethiopian Defense Command and Staff College, and the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperations.
Number of pages: 254 [English]
Publisher: Peace Operations Training Institute [02-01-09]