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From Insurgency to Stability : Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices.

Author/Creator:
Rabasa, Angel.
Publication:
Santa Monica : RAND Corporation, The, 2011.
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Summary:
This book identifies the procedures and capabilities that the U.S. Department of Defense, other agencies of the U.S. government, U.S. allies and partners, and international organizations require in order to support the transition from counterinsurgency, when the military takes primary responsibility for security and economic operations, to stability and reconstruction, when police and civilian government agencies take the lead.
Contents:
Intro
Cover
Title Page
Copyright
Contents
Preface
Figures
Tables
Summary
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Chapter One: Introduction
The Goals of This Research
The Fragile Transition
COIN Transition
Different Levels of U.S. Involvement in Counterinsurgency
Major U.S. Involvement in the Counterinsurgency
Limited U.S. Involvement
No U.S. Involvement
Implications of Different Outcome Scenarios
Chapter Two: U.S. Interagency Planning and Implementation-Vision and Reality in 2010
The Department of State Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization and the Civilian Response Corps
Prospects for Improved Approaches to Interagency Planning and Execution of SROs
Contractors as Vehicles for Continuity
Information Systems
Chapter Three: Military-to-Civilian Hand-Off of Security and Economic Operations
Describing Security and Economic Operations
Military Hand-Off of Security Operations
Sustaining Military-to-Military Relations
Hand-Off of Policing and Public Safety Programs
Hand-Off of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Programs
Hand-Off of Economic Operations to Civilian Agency Leadership
Provincial Reconstruction Teams
The United States Agency for International Development
The DoD in Economic Operations
Economic Operations in Iraq
Hand-Off Challenges During Operation Iraqi Freedom
Project Coordination, Assessment, and Transfer
Civilian Staffing and Continuity of Project Oversight
The Evolution of the PRTs After the Transition
Chapter Four: Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration
The Concept of DDR
Definition
DDR Phases and Prerequisites
Eligibility Criteria for Inclusion in DDR Programs
Women
Child Soldiers
DDR and Technical Support
The Role of International Police in Post-COIN Environments.
Coordination and Implementation of the DDR Process
Monitoring
Chapter Five: Police and Justice Functions
Introduction
Building Police Capabilities
The U.S. Experience with Police Assistance
Building Justice and Corrections Capabilities
The U.S. Experience with Justice and Corrections Assistance
Challenges in Building Police, Justice, and Corrections Systems in Transition Environments
Gaps in Policing Capabilities
Gaps in Justice Capabilities
Gaps That Could Be Filled Through New Research
Gaps That Could Be Filled Through Improved Planning and Coordination
Gaps That May Be Filled by International Partners
Chapter Six: The Contribution of International Partners
Transition-Relevant Capabilities of International Institutions
United Nations
European Union
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
African Union
International Police Capabilities
United Nations
European Union
European Gendarmerie Forces
NATO Multinational Specialized Units
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
African Union Police
Center of Excellence for Stability Police Units
Rule of Law
EU Rule-of-Law Missions
United Nations
World Bank
Regional Development Banks
Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration
World Bank
United Nations
International Organization for Migration
African Union
European Union
Post-Crisis Economic Assistance
European Union
United Nations/United Nations Development Programme
World Bank
Innovative Bilateral Initiatives: the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
Chapter Seven: Conclusions and Recommendations
Hand-Off of Security and Economic Operations from Military to Civilian Agencies
Military-Civilian Collaboration
SRO Planning and Execution
U.S. Government Structural Reforms.
Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration of Combatants
Adequate Resources
IT Contribution to DDR
Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons
Cantonment
Police and Justice Functions
Establishing or Reestablishing Coverage of the Entire National Territory
Constabulary Policing Capabilities
Riot and Crowd-Control Capabilities
Integrated Police and Judicial System Reconstruction
Crosscutting Issues
Unity of Effort
Accurate Predeployment Intelligence
Adequate Intelligence Coordination
Contribution of International Partners
Limitations of International Contributions
Leveraging International Capabilities
Technological Solutions
Nonlethality
Identification Systems and Biometrics
Communications
Operational Mobility
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
Appendix A: U.S. Government Agencies Involved in Implementing or Supporting Policing Capabilities
Appendix B: U.S. Government Agencies Involved in Building or Supporting Justice and Corrections Capabilities
Appendix C: Key Capabilities of U.S. Government Agencies
Bibliography.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Gordon, IV, John.
Chalk, Peter.
Chivvis, Christopher S.
Grant, Audra K.
McMahon, Scott K.
Miller, Laurel E.
Overhaus, Marco.
Pezard, Stephanie.
Other format:
Print version: Rabasa, Angel From Insurgency to Stability
ISBN:
9780833053053
9780833052995
OCLC:
755415870