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CIVIL AND MILITARY COOPERATION –A STAKEHOLDER AMONG WORLD PEACE ACTORS
CIVIL AND MILITARY COOPERATION –A STAKEHOLDER AMONG WORLD PEACE ACTORS

Author(s): Ciprian Popescu
Subject(s): Civil Society, Governance, Military policy
Published by: ”Carol I” National Defence University Publishing House
Keywords: civil-military cooperation; civilian actors; NGOs; local authorities;
Summary/Abstract: Civilian-military cooperation is and will remain a reference instrument of building world’s peace. Cooperation with civilians represents a challenge for all military personnel, both due to the differences in organizational culture of them, the more active military involvement in humanitarian projects and processes in support of the local population, and the political problems in working with government officials.In order to involve various entities in such cooperation, it is imperative to be proceeded personnel’ training programs conducted both before and after the actions in theatres of operation. Knowing these aspects mentioned above, cooperation between military and civilians could lead to increased confidence, as well as the safety of local population and military force involved. Therefore, CIMIC specialized mission is to continuously grow as much as the number of those who understand that the multinational troops, in general, and Romanian troops, in particular, are there in their country (Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo) to bring peace and stability and to help in keeping the host population hope for a better future.Therefore, the paper will present some elements supporting the main assumption,namely, CIMIC structures and personnel promoting peace and stability in the areas of operations.

  • Page Range: 65-77
  • Page Count: 13
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: English