Coordinating Interagency Integration

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If you haven’t seen it on the WPR front page yet, give John Nagl’s and Brian Burton’s piece on the need for building civilian institutional capacity for counterinsurgency and nation-building operations a look. Obviously conflict zones are going to command a great deal of American attention and resources in the years ahead, and as Nagl and Burton make clear, unless civilian agencies adapt their training and institutional orientation, they will increasingly see their expertise farmed out to, or absorbed by, the military. As the article also makes clear, the necessary adaptation won’t take place until these agencies are funded and […]

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