No One in Charge: A New Theory of Coordination and an Analysis of US Civil-Military Coordination in Afghanistan 2001 - 2009

Strimling Yodsampa, Andrea.


  • Abstract: This dissertation challenges the argument common in the scholarly literature and policy discourse on peacebuilding that the way to achieve coordination in peacebuilding is to establish a strong, overarching coordination authority. While some degree of centralization may be possible and desirable among organizations nested within an overarching bureaucratic system, centralized coordination ... read more
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