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Conflict Resolutıon Seminar on Peacekeeping

Conflict Resolution Program

presents

 

 Inter-organizational complexity in peace operations: the challenge of ‘hybrid’ operations 

 

by

Robert A. Rubinstein

 

Professor of Anthropology and of International Relations, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University

and 

Director of the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts

14 December 2004

FASS 2034

12.30-13.45

 

Abstract

 In this presentation I will discuss the organizational cultural challenges that occur in complex peace operations. These challenges are becoming increasingly complex as new models of peace operations develop. One such model is that of ‘hybrid’ operations in which the United Nations and national missions occur side-by-side or in sequence. I will consider the challenges of the new models in relation to the structure of ‘traditional’ peacekeeping and explore how the symbolic and political dimensions of that earlier model are relevant to designing operations and trainings today.

 

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