civil-military cooperation


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civil-military cooperation

Cooperation in peace or war between civil and military authorities, both NATO and national, with a view to ensuring an effective overall defense of the NATO area.
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Civil-military cooperation is an essential factor for coordinating each kind of power to save more lives.
Successful civil-military relations in Nigeria, combined with the military's respect for civilians, should increase civil-military cooperation, create opportunities to interact with local populations and identify civil vulnerabilities, community sensitivities and priorities.
The Italian Office for Civil-Military Cooperation carries out various activities in southern Lebanon, including environmental initiatives, infrastructure projects, health care implementation among others.
In light of persisting tensions between NATO-led military forces and the plethora of NGOs involved in peacebuilding, several proposals have been put forward in an effort to transcend these tensions and improve civil-military cooperation.
28) The NATO doctrine on civil-military cooperation (AJP-9), which is currently under revision, should also include guidelines on local participation.
The final section of the volume deals with questions of performance measurement of civil-military cooperation
Properly understood, the nature of modern warfare, as witnessed in Iraq and Afghanistan, requires a symbiotic relation between the military and the political instruments of national power--and effective civil-military cooperation is at the crux of achieving that.
Stephenson was USAID mission director in Iraq and in his last three overseas postings, and is an expert on reconstruction as well as post-conflict transition, civil-military cooperation, and counterinsurgency.
Through graduate-level coursework, seminars, and research, HS leaders gain analytic expertise to counter terrorism and bridge gaps in interagency and civil-military cooperation.
Although the military has consistently emphasized the need for "complementarity," humanitarian organizations have expressed concern about the impact of civil-military cooperation on their ability to remain impartial, neutral, and independent in fulfilling their core tasks.
This gap concerning the use of force has affected and will continue to affect military effectiveness and civil-military cooperation.