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Approaching Safe and Secure Environments: Some Ideas Tom Moore, Ph.D. a nd Jon Czarnecki, Ph.D. Naval War College Monterey For The Peace and Stability Operations Training and Education Workshop George Mason University Arlington Campus 25 March 2014. Self Actualization. Self Esteem.

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Approaching Safe and Secure Environments:

Some Ideas

Tom Moore, Ph.D.

and

Jon Czarnecki, Ph.D.

Naval War College Monterey

For

The Peace and Stability Operations Training and Education Workshop

George Mason University Arlington Campus

25 March 2014

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Self

Actualization

Self Esteem

Love and Belonging

Safety and Security

Physiological needs

Our Theoretical Foundation

Must solve lower

Needs first!

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

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How we differ from the mainstream literature on SSE

  • Inclusive of HA/DR SSE issues
  • SSE challenges occur earlier in crisis timeline
  • Think of USMC “Three Block” War doctrine
  • SSE is more than SSR and DDR
  • Includes conflict termination (stop the shooting) issues
  • SSE not dependent on ideal liberal state aspects
  • Sometimes dealing with sub-state actors is necessary and correct
  • Western SSE ideals aren’t always appropriate
  • SSE includes crises that with foreign and indigenous capabilities
  • How indigenous SSE capabilities can help themselves
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The Nested Layers of Security

National

Provincial/State

Community

Neighborhood

Self

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Security Types vs. Layers

National

Environmental Security

Provincial/State

Economic Security

Community

Cultural Security

Neighborhood

Self

Physical Security

Social Security

Human Security

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Security Providers vs. Layers

National

Military

Provincial/State

Legal

Community

Neighborhood

Populace

Self

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Police State

Other

Sectors

High

Level of State Effort

Successful

Intervention

Low

Failing State

0 1 2 3 4 5

Operational Phase (US Doctrine)

Illustrative Possible SSE Progression across Time

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High

Level of PopulaceEffort

Low

0 1 2 3 4 5

Operational Phase (US Doctrine)