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July 1, 2010

Sarah Sewall's paper “NATO and Complex Operations: the challenge of responding to mass atrocity” now available in the NATO Defense College's Forum Paper “Complex Operations: NATO at war and on the margins of war.”

In Sarah Sewall's chapter, “NATO and Complex Operations: the challenge of responding to mass atrocity,” she urges NATO to incorporate mass atrocity response operations (MARO) into its future mission concept. NATO is largely unprepared for a MARO; yet it has a strong strategic interest in being prepared for one. Sewall discusses the similarities and distinctions of a MARO versus other operations; as well as operational and political implications of such missions. She concludes by saying, “...because a MARO is a difficult mission, NATO is among the most promising candidates for conducting a MARO.” By understanding and planning for a MARO, NATO will be better prepared military and politically in the future for this particular complex operation.

Click here to access NATO Defense College Forum Paper 14: “Complex Operations: NATO at war and on the margins of war.”




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