Peace and Stability Operations Issues: Concepts, Planning and Execution
Ce cours, offert par un de nos instituts partenaires, fournit les credits académiques nécessairesdu programme COTIPSO de l'Institut de formation aux opérations de paix.
Partenaire: US Army War College PKSOI
Dates: 2012-04-23 to 2012-06-01
Lieu: Carlisle Barracks, PA, États-Unis
Language d’instruction: English
Description du cours
This course provides the student with the opportunity to study the doctrine/theory of peace operations and stability, analyze national and international policy and procedures, and examine recent peace and stability operations. The course will focus at both the strategic and operational levels. The course will begin with an overview of the current doctrinal thinking on peace and stability operations and then examine the U.S. national and international policy within the United Nations. It will also focus on several key aspects of peace and stability operations: civil-military relations, information operations, rule of law, and measures of success. In the latter half of the course, students will conduct an analysis of peace and stability operations using the resources of Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI) and AWC. Lastly, the course will look at ongoing or future crises. Students will have preparatory readings for each session. Several guest speakers will amplify some of the lessons and practices.
- Complete assigned readings as described in the syllabus.
- Actively participate in class discussions.
- Write a 5-6 page paper on an analysis of a past or current crisis and present a 15-minute presentation to the seminar on their findings.
- Security clearance required: none.
- Course size limitations: Minimum 6; Maximum 20.
- Prerequisite: None.
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Professor William J. FLAVIN
Doctrine, Concepts, Training, and Education
US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute
US Army War College
Carlisle Barracks, Upton Hall
22 Asburn Drive
Carlisle, PA 17013
Adresse email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Numéro de téléphone: 717-245-3028
Numéro de fax: 717-245-3279 or DSN 242-327