Review of Security Cooperation Mechanisms Combatant Commands Utilize to Build Partner Capacity
Security cooperation is an important instrument of the U.S. government for advancing national security objectives vis-à-vis allies and partner countries. This report characterizes security cooperation mechanisms for capacity-building, produces a detailed database of the mechanism elements, develops and applies a preliminary means of evaluating select mechanisms, and recommends ways to improve mechanism effectiveness and efficiency.
Subjects: Political Science, History
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