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- Ashgate Publishing Limited
- Hensel, Professor Howard M. (series ed.)
- Includes 6 b&w illustrations
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'Hoogensen Gjorv provides us with a fascinating and detailed insight in the Norwegian practice of civil-military interaction. The many examples and the way the author relates these to theoretical concepts make this book a very interesting read for scholars and practitioners alike.'Sebastiaan Rietjens, Netherlands Defence Academy, The Netherlands
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Gunhild Hoogensen GjArv is an Associate Professor at the University of TromsA, Norway.
Contents: Part I Introduction, Theory, Core Concepts and Actors: Introduction; Theorizing civil-military interaction: security, legitimacy, authority and obligation; Actors in the civil-military relationship. Part II Norwegian Experiences in Civil-Military Interaction: Norwegian humanitarian policy, the Norwegian model and irresponsible idealism; CIMIC: the 'function-that-shall-not-be-named'. Part III Challenges, Lessons-Learned and Recommendations: 'Hearts-and-minds' and vacuums; The politics of humanitarian space; Why civil-military interaction? Some recommendations; A Norwegian future in civil-military interaction?; Conclusion. Appendix: methods and parameters; Bibliography; Index.