Журнальный клуб Интелрос » PRISM » Vol. 1, No 2., 2009
Robert Hoekstra and Charles E. Tucker, Jr.
Adjusting to Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations
Drawing on the lessons learned from coalition interventions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere, by mid-2004, a consensus developed within the
executive branch, Congress, and among independent experts that the U.S. Government required a more robust capacity to prevent conflict (when possible) and (when necessary) to manage “Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations [SROs] in countries emerging from conflict or civil strife.”