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Send your articles for submission through the "Contact Us" at http://pksoi.army.mil, no later than 75 days prior to our next Journal release date published quarterly. Please provide sufficient contact information. Bulletin editor may make changes for format, length and inappropriate content only and in coordination with original author. There is no suspense for submissions related to our Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Topic List. you may send your manuscript to the Chief, Policy and Knowledge Management Division, (PKM), PKSOI through the "Contact Us" page

Special Anniversary Edition Journal
 

Special Anniversary Edition Journal

 

The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) hosted the event which included senior leaders from the United States Army War College, National Defense University’s Center for Complex Operations, the U.S. Army War College’s School of Strategic Landpower, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), George Mason University, the New American Foundation’s Open Technology Initiative, the Department of Defense’s Training Readiness and Strategy Office of the Under Secretary
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Peace and Stability Operations Journal Online Vol 3, Issue 4
 

Peace and Stability Operations Journal Online Vol 3, Issue 4

The benefit of peacekeeping operations is a topic that generates robust debate amongst national security professionals. This edition is designed to stimulate new thoughts and discussion on the relative merits of peace operations worldwide. In a world where there are ever increasing financial challenges, demand for more peacekeeping, and even nascent concepts centered around the execution of peacekeeping, the inevitable question is asked—what are the benefits?

 

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Peace & Stability Operations Journal Online Vol 3, Issue 3
 

Peace & Stability Operations Journal Online Vol 3, Issue 3

This journal is devoted to peace and stability operations training and education. We have been very fortunate to work with many Interagency and International partners that understand our complex environment and the necessity to create training and education appropriate for such conditions.    Our lead article is an executive summary of the Unified Stability and Education Training and Integration and Exercise Workshop. Essentially, we took two annual workshops and combined them, realizing that most attendees a
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