"Use of Force"
3 May 2013
No-Fly Zones: Strategic, Operational, and Legal Considerations for Congress
Author: Jeremiah Gertler, Christopher M Blanchard, Catherine Dale, Jennifer K Elsea
Congressional Research Service (CRS)
In conflicts in Kosovo, Iraq, and Libya, the United States has taken part in establishing and maintaining no-fly zones.
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Making UN Peacekeeping More Robust
Author: Patrice Sartre
International Peace Institute (IPI)
The UN needs to devote a great deal of effort to doctrine in order to increase the coherence both of the conception and the conduct of its operations, and also to communicate in a language that is more meaningful to UN member states and their public ...
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The Military’s Role in Counterterrorism
Author: Geraint Hughes
Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College (SSI)
This paper will address both the potential utility and the pitfalls of employing armed forces in counterterrorist roles, taking recent historical and contemporary examples from liberal democratic states (mainly, but not exclusively, the United States...
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