ИНТЕЛРОС > Vol. 1, No 4. 2010 > Complex Peace Operations and Civil-Military Relations: Winning the Peace
Scott W. Lyons
With the failure of the U.S. military and Coalition Provisional Authority to stabilize Iraq after the successful 2003 invasion, military analysts have noted that a lesson learned is a need for better coordination between the civilian and military powers. This book by Robert Egnell explains how civil-military integration improves both military effectiveness and operational success.