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Planning Humanitarian Intervention - Summer School

Problems, Prospects,

Pitfalls


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From Afghanistan to Libya, Humanitarian Intervention (be it based on civilian or military means) has become one of the main conceptual and political preoccu-pations of the international community. In the traditional Westphalian interna-tional state system, intervention was a function of political expediency; in the society of states moulded by the United Nations, intervention was a function of Great Power interest aggregation in the Security Council; in the developing global community of supranational, international, regional, and local state and civil society actors intervention is often seen as a function of the Respon-sibility to Protect (R2P) principle.


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Changes in the definition of intervention not only open questions regarding the legitimacy, normatively justifyable aims and agenda, and necessary and successful means of such a policy, but equally importantly formulate questions referring to the status, content, and direction of Civil-Military Cooperation, and to the individual sequence of steps necessary to plan for, implement, and justify interventions under concrete circumstances.


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  • The seminar endeavours to clarify the practical planning and implementation problems of humanitarian intervention in the context of a role game exercise, combining official civilian, NGO, and military actors to be held in September.

  • The role game is preceded by a summer school at the end of June; also, there were already two Friday seminar blocks laying the conceptual, procedural, and problem content grounds for the September exercise.


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Time Table June 27 to July 01 implementation problems of humanitarian intervention in the context of a role game exercise, combining official civilian, NGO, and military actors to be held in September.


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Monday, June 27 implementation problems of humanitarian intervention in the context of a role game exercise, combining official civilian, NGO, and military actors to be held in September.

Interventions thrown into cold water – Afghanistan as an example

Tuesday, June 28

Interventions – the context, place, function, and political analysis from the point of view of Inter- national, decision-making, and organisational theory

Wednesday, June 29

Disaster Relief Operations – Planning Processes and Implementation Problems

Thursday, June 30

Civil – Military Cooperation: what is it, what can it provide, where do we go from here ?

Friday, July 1, 10.00 – 12.00 round-up, assessment & manoeuvre critique


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Monday, June 27 implementation problems of humanitarian intervention in the context of a role game exercise, combining official civilian, NGO, and military actors to be held in September.

  • Interventions thrown into cold water – Afghanistan as an example

  • ISAF mission, German engagement, experiences - BG Vollmer COS 1 GNC

  • Afghanistan History: from crisis to conflict. - Camelia Ratiu, IfPol

  • Student working parties – subjects:

    „Exit from Afghanistan - the earlier the better?“

    „To secure final success of Afghani state buil- ding: an intensification of the international commitments ?"


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