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“Deep Culture” In Hybrid Peace Operations: Multidimensional Training Challenge. Robert A. Rubinstein The Maxwell School of Syracuse University Prepared for Peace? The Use and Abuse of “Culture” in Military Simulations, Training and Education 6 December 2004

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Deep culture in hybrid peace operations multidimensional training challenge
“Deep Culture” In Hybrid Peace Operations: Multidimensional Training Challenge

Robert A. Rubinstein

The Maxwell School of Syracuse University

Prepared for Peace? The Use and Abuse of “Culture” in Military Simulations, Training and Education

6 December 2004

The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy, Salve Regina University

The Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University


Some Generalizations about Military-Civilian Organizational Culture Differences in Peace Operations

MilitaryIGOs/NGOs

* Closely controlled * Independent or semi-independent

* Hierarchical * Decentralized

* Well resourced * Minimally staffed

* Extensive doctrine/SOPs * Few standard practices

* Short term * “Long haul”

* Culturally insensitive * Culturally aware

* Precise, predictable * Creative, unpredictable

* Highly accountable * Little accountability

* Expeditionary, quick * May already be in the AO, or slow

* One constituency * Multiple constituencies

* Comfortable with status quo * Idealistic “change agents”

* Appreciate precise tasks * Thrive on ambiguity

* “Carries the flag” * IGOs usually have official status, NGOs usually no official status



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