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Soldiers and civil power : supporting or substituting civil authorities in modern peace operations / Thijs W. Brocades Zaalberg. [electronic resource]
Brocades Zaalberg, Thijs
Amsterdam, NE : Amsterdam University Press, 2006.
1 online resource (528 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
An incisive study of policy issues and practice of the civil-military interface in the twentieth-century military operations from World War II to Kosovo.
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PART I. The Civil-Military Interface in Twentieth-Century Military Operations
1. Substituting the Civil Power: Civil Affairs and Military Government in World War II
2. Supporting the Civil Power: Counterinsurgency and the Return to Conventional Warfare
PART II. Complex Peacekeeping: The United Nations in Cambodia
3. Making Sense of the Mission: UNTAC's Military and Civil Mandates
4. The Slippery Slope toward Public Security: Soldiers and Policemen in Cambodia
5. 'Sanderson's Coup': Militarized Elections amidst Escalating Violence
PART III. American Interventions: Segregating the Civil and Military Spheres
6. 'Peacekeeping' in a Power Vacuum: The Reluctant American Occupation of Somalia
7. Securing and Governing Baidoa: Australia's Living Laboratory in Somalia
8. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Widening the Civil-Military Gap in Bosnia
PART IV. Kosovo. Military Government by Default
9. The Kosovo Force: Entering the Wasteland
10. The Kosovar Constabulary: The Race between Order and Disorder
11. Peacekeepers in Pursuit of Justice: Protecting and Prosecuting Serbs in Orahovac
12. The UÇK's Silent Coup: KFOR in the Civil Administrative Vacuum
13. The Tools at Hand: Civil-Military Cooperation in Kosovo
Primary Sources and Bibliography
Glossary and Military Terminology
Sources of Illustrations
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