ADMIN. Phone numbers for emergency: Country code is 976; city code is 11 Hotel- 976-11-313-380 CDR Wohlschlegel- Room 513 Mr. John Miller (cel)- 9911-0323 Mr. Bob Holub (cel)0 9909-1907. “The Basics”. Peace Operations. MPAT Workshop Module Series.
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Phone numbers for emergency:
Country code is 976; city code is 11
CDR Wohlschlegel- Room 513
Mr. John Miller (cel)- 9911-0323
Mr. Bob Holub (cel)0 9909-1907
MPAT Workshop Module Series
Elements of National & International Power will be used – not just one dimension:
“There are no standard Peace Operations”
Note: There are significant differences in the Command Relationships, Control, and Coordination Processes for the above PO options – see Module 4
Peacekeeping Operations (PKO)
Peace Enforcement Operations (PEO)
Purpose: Designed to monitor and facilitate implementation of an agreement (cease fire, truce, and other related agreements) and support diplomatic efforts to reach a long-term political settlement.
Key Factor: Undertaken with consent of all majorparties to a dispute.
Purpose: Use of necessary means up to and including military force to compel compliance with resolutions or sanctions designed to establish security, peace and order.
Key Factor: Application of appropriate means, military force or clear threat of military force to compel compliance of parties involved.
Impartiality does not denote neutrality, it is, however, a constant and may be applied as follows:
**May be considered as principled impartiality
Operations designed to monitor and facilitate implementation of an agreement
to compel compliance with resolutions or sanctions designed to establish security, peace and order
Military Operations can support Diplomatic Efforts (three areas)
Diplomatic actions taken in advance to avert a crisis
Process of diplomacy, mediation, negotiation, or other forms of peaceful settlement
Post-conflict actions, predominately diplomatic, economic, and security related that strengthen and rebuild governmental infrastructure and institutions
SupportivePeace Operations Activities
Peace Operations are normally interwoven with one another…PKO being executed with Preventive Diplomacy and Peacemaking ongoing; or PKO and PEO could be ongoing in same CTF AO (but in different regions of country).
UN / IOs / NGOs
Overall Mandate Missions
Note: These are living documents than need continuous management
CTF Key Planning Point:
The Mandate is the strategic guidance for the CTF Commander. It forms the foundation for
the initial Mission Analysis and follow on Commander’s Estimate. The Mandate
must be complete in its guidance and clear in its mission parameters (if not, planners must
seek out additional guidance and clearly establish the mission parameters).