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The Resource Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2015 : The Dilemma of Leaving: Political and Military Exit Strategies

Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2015 : The Dilemma of Leaving: Political and Military Exit Strategies

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Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2015
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The Dilemma of Leaving: Political and Military Exit Strategies
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Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2015 : The Dilemma of Leaving: Political and Military Exit Strategies
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  • Foreword -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introduction. Th e Dilemma of Leaving: Political and Military Exit Strategies -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Exit Wars and Conflicts: The Political-military Divide? -- 1.2.1 End States Versus End Dates -- 1.2.2 Gradations in Exit and Conflict Termination -- 1.3 Outline of This Volume -- References -- 2 The Paradox of Leaving: Four Historical Case Studies on the Dynamics of Exit Strategies -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Exit Strategy and the Dutch-Indonesian War 1945-1949 -- 2.2.1 Setting the Stage -- 2.2.2 Between Negotiations and All-out War -- 2.2.3 Imperial Overstretch -- 2.2.4 End Game -- 2.2.5 Concluding Remarks -- 2.3 'A mixture of Force and Consent'. Decolonisation, Malaya and the British Exit Strategy 1945-1960 -- 2.3.1 Reconstructing the Empire -- 2.3.2 Slash and Burn -- 2.3.3 The Pay-off -- 2.3.4 Concluding Remarks -- 2.4 There and Back Again…. How the Dutch Got to Colonise and Then Exit New Guinea -- 2.4.1 Toward Papuan Self-determination? -- 2.4.2 Internationalisation to Keep Matters in One's Own Hand? -- 2.4.3 Concluding Remarks -- 2.5 Vietnam: An Exit with a Long Shadow -- 2.5.1 Leaving in Haste but from a Position of Strength -- 2.5.2 Defeat by a 'Decent Interval' -- 2.5.3 Concluding Remarks -- 2.6 Exit Strategies: A Long and Winding Road -- References -- 3 Strategic Narratives, Political Debates and Causes of the Dutch Exit from Uruzgan -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Exit and Strategic Narratives -- 3.3 Parliamentary Democracy -- 3.4 Exit Debates -- 3.5 Conclusion -- References -- 4 'Right Intent': The Moral Dimension of Exit -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Report of the Davids Commission on Iraq -- 4.3 Just War -- 4.3.1 Right Intent -- 4.3.2 Just Cause
  • 4.3.3 Probability of Success or Lasting Peace -- 4.4 Responsibility to Protect -- 4.5 The Moral Dimension: Obligations and Responsibilities -- 4.6 Conclusion: Back to 'Right Intent' -- References -- 5 Hitting a Moving Target: Evaluating the 'Exit' from State-building Missions -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Evolving Importance of Policy and Program Evaluation -- 5.3 An Emerging Evaluation Science -- 5.4 Evaluating Peace Operations42 -- 5.5 Preconditions for the Conduct of Evaluation and Evaluability -- 5.6 Evaluating Exit from State-building Missions -- 5.6.1 Defi nitions of Exit -- 5.6.2 Definition of State-building -- 5.6.3 Evaluation Frameworks for Peace Operations -- 5.6.4 Multiplicities, Interdependencies and Dynamism -- 5.6.5 Unintended Consequences of State-building Interventions -- 5.6.6 Delineation of Exit from Phases Before and After It -- 5.6.7 Seeing Exit as an Event or a Process -- 5.6.8 Intervention Logic and Causality -- 5.6.9 Context -- 5.6.10 Research Process -- 5.6.11 Principal and Evaluation Policy -- 5.7 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Dynamics of the Political 2-Level-Game in War Termination -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Two-level Game Board -- 6.3 Continuation of the Set Course -- 6.4 Refusal to Terminate -- 6.4.1 Staying in Power -- 6.4.2 Constituency Paradox -- 6.4.3 It's Politics -- 6.4.4 Psychological Rubicon -- 6.5 War Termination -- 6.6 Upsetting the Game Board -- 6.7 Conclusion -- References -- 7 Getting Away with Exit: The Role of Strategic Communication -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Perception Management -- 7.3 Strategic Communication -- 7.4 The Horizontal Construction of Strategic Communication -- 7.5 The Vertical Construction of Strategic Communication -- 7.6 Strategic Communication a Main Element of Exit Strategy?
  • 7.7 Path to Operation TELIC -- 7.8 Tony's Dream -- 7.9 An Appropriate End State? -- 7.10 Confidentiality -- 7.11 No Sequel Planning -- 7.12 Different Opinions -- 7.13 Resume -- References -- 8 From Entrapment to Indifference? -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Into the Quagmire -- 8.3 Getting Out by Getting In -- 8.3.1 Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration -- 8.4 From Deadlock to Deadlock -- 8.4.1 Police Reform -- 8.4.2 Adjudication and /or Reconciliation -- 8.5 Assessment -- References -- 9 Two Ways of Leaving: A Comparative Case Study on Exit Strategies of a UN and a NATO Led Mission -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 UN Versus NATO Exit is a Matter of Organisational DNA -- 9.2.1 Political and Military Missions/Actors -- 9.3 UNAMA and ISAF: Mandate & Practices -- 9.4 Exits by UN and NATO -- 9.5 UNAMA: A Political Mission -- 9.5.1 Mandate -- 9.5.2 Practice -- 9.6 ISAF/NTM-A: A Military Mission -- 9.6.1 Mandate -- 9.6.2 Practice -- 9.7 Conclusion and Discussion: Political Versus Military Exits -- References -- Websites -- 10 The Comprehensive Approach and the Problem of Exiting Civil Military Cooperation: Lessons from Uruzgan -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 NATO Strategy and the Comprehensive Approach -- 10.3 Cooperation towards Exit: The PRT Concept in Afghanistan -- 10.3.1 Tasks -- 10.3.2 Operational Styles, Roles and Activities -- 10.3.3 Effectiveness -- 10.3.4 Conditions for and Risks in Civil-Military Cooperation -- 10.4 The Netherlands' Mission to Uruzgan: Exiting Civil-Military Cooperation in Uruzgan -- 10.4.1 Background -- 10.4.2 Experiences on the Ground: Theory Put to the Test46 -- 10.4.3 Securing Results: Evaluation(s) of the Dutch Contribution in Uruzgan -- 10.5 Conclusion -- References
  • 11 Ex©iting Dilemma: A Defence Economics Viewon a US Exit from NATO -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 NATO -- 11.3 International Alliances and NATO's Burden Sharing Behaviour -- 11.4 Methodology -- 11.5 Results -- 11.6 Conclusion -- References -- 12 Conclusion: Pitfalls and Potentials of Exit Studies and Practices -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Contents -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Exit Ontologies: What is Exit? -- 12.2.1 The Problem of Defining Exit -- 12.2.2 Continuities and Discontinuities: Leaving, Staying or Something In Between? -- 12.2.3 Societies, Cultures and Conflicts: The Role of Context -- 12.2.4 Political Nature of Exit Process -- 12.2.5 Dates or States? The Art of Ending -- 12.2.7 Success, Failure or a Mixed Record? -- 12.3 Exit Epistemologies: How Can We Understand Exit? -- 12.3.1 Multi-disciplinary Understandings: Help or Hindrance? -- 12.3.2 To Construct or to Deconstruct? -- 12.3.3 Naming and Framing: Juggling Words and Shifting Discourses -- 12.2.6 Time and Timing: 'Th e Obsolescence of Welcome' -- 12.3.4 Different Flavours or Pragmatic Fusion? Exit by Military or Political Actors -- 12.3.5 The Morality of Exit: Bringing in Ethics -- 12.3.6 Turning the World Upside Down? -- 12.4 Exit Methods: What Can We Do about Exit? -- References -- Contributors
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