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Articulate the legal, policy, and human concerns and challenges of creating the capabilities needed for these approaches. S. government. The data gathered to support this research come from two sources: (1) literature on how to increase the quality and quantity of civilian participation in recent SSTR operations and (2) interviews and per- The Problem 7 sonal correspondence with personnel having direct experience in SSTR operations or special visibility into the problems of civilian participation in SSTR operations.

Parallel to the building of civilian infrastructure for SSTR operations, an effort that the Department of Defense has launched aims to alter the way DoD and the armed services approach SSTR operations. 05) in November 2005. Explicitly naming stability operations a core mission for the armed forces, the directive mandates that the stability mission be treated with the same level of attention as combat operations. 05. S. policy objectives in SSTR operations. The 23 We are aware of efforts at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) to study how a civilian reserve corps could be created.

We next look at possible sources of staff. ”—we can see that the structure, once established, must be led by current or former federal government employees who understand how the government operates and who can effectively link back into the appropriate elements of the government in Washington as needed. Furthermore, recalling our articulation of the A-Team concept, area expertise is needed. S. State Department, USAID, some parts of the Defense Department, and the Intelligence Community (IC), and these organizations should be responsible for providing a large portion of that expertise and for managing the effort to gather other needed area experts.

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