Security Operations in the 21st Century: Canadian Perspectives on the Comprehensive Approach

Security Operations in the 21st Century: Canadian Perspectives on the Comprehensive Approach

by Michael Rostek, Peter Gizewski


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Considerable progress has been made with this approach but questions remain regarding its sustainability. The authors demonstrate that the research and experience of academics and practitioners can be consolidated as Canada attempts to create a new standard for dealing with the security challenges of the 21st century.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781553393511
Publisher: McGill-Queens University Press
Publication date: 05/06/2011
Series: Queen's Policy Studies Series , #150
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Lieutenant-Colonel Michael Rostek, PhD, is a member of the Canadian Forces and currently leads a research team for the Canadian Army engaged in strategic foresight. Peter Gizewski is a senior defence scientist with Defence Research and Development Canad

Table of Contents

List of Figures vii

Preface Michel Rentenaar ix

Acknowledgement xi

Abbreviations xiii

Introduction: Security Operations and the Comprehensive Approach Kim Richard Nossal 1

Part I (Re-)Discovering the Comprehensive Approach

Chapter 1 Discovering the Comprehensive Approach Peter Gizewski 13

Chapter 2 Discovering Effective Civil-Military Cooperation: Insights from the NGO-CF Relationship Laura C. Ball Angela Febbraro 25

Chapter 3 International Development of the Comprehensive Approach Caroline Vavro Richard Roy 35

Part II Non-Governmental Perspectives

Chapter 4 Comprehensive Approach and Fragile States: Non-Governmental Organizations' Roles in Fragile Situations Nipa Banerjee 49

Chapter 5 Comprehensive Approach: A View from South of the Border Beth Ellen Cole 59

Chapter 6 We Share the Same Space, Not the Same Purpose: The Comprehensive Approach and Medécins sans Frontières Marilyn McHarg Kevin Coppock 67

Part III Comprehensive Approach Today - International Operations

Chapter 7 The Joint, Interagency, Multi-national and Public (JIMP) Environment: Military Operations in a Crowded Battle-space Jim Simms 75

Chapter 8 Comprehensive Approach: Towards a Strategic Doctrine, START Secretariat 87

Chapter 9 Civil-Military Coordination: Canada's Experience in Kandahar, 2005-2009 Gavin Buchan 97

Chapter 10 The Role of Development in a Comprehensive Approach Michael Koros Xiang He 109

Chapter 11 Military Considerations in Assisting Failed States Richard Roy 121

Part IV Comprehensive Approach Today - Domestic Operations

Chapter 12 Comprehensive Approach, Domestic Operations: Integrated Border Enforcement Teams Todd Hataley 135

Chapter 13 Canada's Northern Strategy: A Case Study in Horizontal Management John Kozij Sylvia Bogusis 149

Chapter 14 Family Relations: A Preliminary Analysis of the Use of the Comprehensive Approach at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics Bernard Brister 165

Part V Making the Comprehensive Approach Work

Chapter 15 Religious Leader Engagement and the Comprehensive Approach: An Enhanced Capability for Operational Chaplains as Whole of Government Partners Steve Moore 179

Chapter 16 A Trainer's Perspective on the Comprehensive Approach Steve Fritz-Millett 193

Chapter 17 Interagency Training for the Canadian Comprehensive Mission in Afghanistan Megan Thompson Angela Febbraro Anne-Renée Blais 203

Chapter 18 The Relationship Between Non-Governmental Organizations and the Canadian Forces Tara Holton Angela Febbraro Emily-Ana Filardo Marissa Barnes Brenda Fraser Rachel Spiece 215

Chapter 19 The Comprehensive Approach: An Emergent International Norm? Michael Rostek 227

Conclusion Christian Leuprecht 237

Notes 249

References 259

Contributors 279

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