Multinational rapid response mechanisms: From institutional proliferation to institutional exploitation
Research output: Book/Report › Book editing › Academic
Examining lessons from deployments by the AU, the EU, NATO, and the UN in the Central African Republic, Mali, Somalia and counter-piracy in the Horn of Africa, the contributors focus upon the following questions: Was there a rapid response to the crises? By whom? If not, what were the major obstacles to rapid response? Did inter-organizational competition hinder responsiveness? Or did cooperation facilitate responsiveness? Bringing together leading scholars working in this area offers a unique opportunity to analyze and develop lessons for policy-makers and for theorists of inter-organizational relations.
This work will be of interest to scholars and students of peacebuilding, peacekeeping, legitimacy and international relations.
- security, rapid response, MILITARY-INTERVENTION, CONFLICT, inter-organizational relations