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Studies related to peace keeping operations

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A.23.R - BALANCE OF METHODS OF ACTION, WITHIN THE CONTINUUM OF OPERATIONS, WHEN FACING AN INSURGENCY

RECOMMENDATIONS RELEVANT TO FORCE STRUCTURE AND HQ ORGANISATION.
After any external intervention Finabel countries forces will provide a supporting relationship to inter-agency nation building activity. While military stability methods of action will be key to maintaining a permissive environment in which other agencies can work, key to achieving this will be the countering of any emergent insurgency quickly and within the construct of inter-agency effort. After determining the principles to follow in this kind of operation, the study will highlight the key elements Finabel countries forces have to focus in the headquarters and in the structure of the force itself.

C.32.R - LOGISTICS IN SUPPORT OF A FINABEL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT

Action in a built-up environment renders support execution more complicated. Fractioning, partitioning and dispersion of units lead to a greater decentralization of logistic assets. In this perspective, modularity and fractioning of logistic assets must be looked for. An adequate balance between forward lightening and units autonomy must be found. Needs pertaining to terrain organization and projection requires to consent significant efforts. Logistic units must have protected vehicles and be equipped with communication assets. Roughness of engagement conditions and significant loss likeliness leads to a requirement for medical support in contact. Push mode should be preferred to pull mode. Complementarity and interoperability of national logistics is to be sought for, especially in the fields of medical support, transports, equipment salvaging, POL support but also as far as procedures are concerned. Taking into account population is unavoidable and will notably require cooperation with the NGOs.

L.18.R - PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS.

CONTRIBUTION OF INTELLIGENCE TO THE PLANNING,P REPARATION AND CONTROL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS
The aim of the study is to examine the basic role of intelligence to carry out psychological operations successfully within the context of a peace support operation.

C.31.R - REQUIREMENTS IN EQUIPMENT AND MATERIEL NECESSARY FOR PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN EQUIPMENT AND MATERIEL NECESSARY FOR PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS, INCLUDING EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN THE FORCE THROUGHOUT ITS MISSION, MAKING IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE PROPOSALS FOR THE HARMONISATION AND JOINT PROCUREMENT OF SUCH EQUIPMENT

A.18.R - CROWD MOVEMENTS

WHAT METHODS OF ACTION SHOULD A MULTINATIONAL FORCE INVOLVED IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS DEPLOY IN ORDER TO DEAL WITH CROWD MOVEMENTS LIKELY TO PREVENT IT FROM ACCOMPLISHING ITS MISSION

A.15.R - INFLUENCE OF CIVIL/MIL OPERATIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS AND RELATIONS WITH THE MEDIA

INFLUENCE OF CIVIL/MILITARY OPERATIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS AND RELATIONS WITH THE MEDIA IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS
The aim of the study is to define the factors that influence civil/military cooperation, the psychological operations and relations with the media and to analyse how these factors can be taken into account by the military commander and his Staff in the different phases of a peace support operation.

A.13.R - EMPLOYMENT OF LAND FORCES IN BUILT-UP AREAS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

The aim of this is to define the procedures of use of FINABEL land forces in built-up areas for carrying out peace support operations.

L.13.R - THE INTELLIGENCE CYCLE IN PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

The aim of the study is to analyze the intelligence cycle, during its application in the case of a multinational formation (MNF) set up to carry out a Peace Support Operation. This analysis should enable any problems to be identified and allow proposals to be made to remedy this, in order to improve the effectiveness of the intelligence cycle in the case envisaged.