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IAP 6 (December 2011) Active Inaction: Interagency Security Assistance to Egypt



IAP 6 (December 2011) Active Inaction: Interagency Security Assistance to Egypt

This paper explores the relationship between the Egyptian military and U.S. security assistance forces, and examines long term U.S. interests in Egypt.  The author proposes a novel course of action, “active inaction,” as a method of addressing the U.S.-Egyptian security relationship...

Simons Center Releases Interagency Handbook for Transitions



Simons Center Releases Interagency Handbook for Transitions

The Simons Center announces the release of the Interagency Handbook for Transitions.  This handbook is intended to provide leaders across the interagency community with an overview of transition conditions and considerations to better prepare them for anticipating, planning, executing, and assessing transitions...

Joint Publication 3-07 sets doctrine for interorganizational coordination during stability operations



Joint Publication 3-07 sets doctrine for interorganizational coordination during stability operations

Joint Publication 3-07 provides doctrine for the conduct of stability operations during joint operations within the broader context of US Government efforts. It provides guidance for operating across the range of military operations to support US Government agencies, foreign governments, and intergovernmental organizations...

Interagency Collaboration in the War on Terror Symposium



Interagency Collaboration in the War on Terror Symposium
The Simons Center and its parent organization, CGSC Foundation, along with the Kansas City chapter of the Business Executives for National Security (BENS), hosted a symposium on Interagency Collaboration in the War on Terror, Dec. 3, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. A copy of the program which… Read More