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By Jefferson P. Marquis, Richard E. Darilek, Jasen J. Castillo, Cathryn Quantic Thurston, Anny Wong
This file provides a framework for assessing U.S. military overseas actions (AIA). It additionally offers a matrix of 8 AIA ends, derived from top-level nationwide and armed forces suggestions, and 8 AIA methods, which summarize some of the features inherent in AIA courses. moreover, the record describes the recent on-line AIA wisdom Sharing method (AIAKSS) that's getting used to solicit programmatic and evaluation info from AIA officers within the Army's significant instructions.
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Extra info for Assessing the Values of U.S. Army International Activities
S. Army forces were optimized to deter and, if necessary, defeat the Warsaw Pact adversaries in Central Europe, and Army International Activities (AIA) were focused on furthering this objective through cooperation with allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The post–Cold War strategic environment is more complex, however. Today, adversaries are often non-state entities, and operations feature coalitions of the willing, composed of both long-time allies and new partners, with a wide range of military strengths and weaknesses.
We have mentioned some of them above. S. “access” to target countries) could prove difficult to measure quantitatively or even qualitatively. Organization of the Document This document is divided into seven chapters and one appendix. Following the introduction, Chapter Two reviews the literature on performance measurement in the public sector, surveys ongoing efforts to measure and assess the performance of security cooperation programs, and identifies the key features of our approach to AIA assessment.
Army International Activities represent one facet of American security cooperation efforts, but a large and meaningful component nonetheless. S. Department of Defense. Other government and non-government organizations sponsor and conduct security cooperation activities. S. S. government maintains very few relations. The United States can improve security relations with these allies or partners in a variety of ways. Since the goal of security cooperation is to enhance security relations, international activities will likely endeavor to improve the capabilities of countries, or the assets they use to protect themselves.