The Strategic Planning of EU Military Operations — The Case of EUFOR TCHAD / RCA

@inproceedings{Mattelaer2009TheSP,
  title={The Strategic Planning of EU Military Operations — The Case of EUFOR TCHAD / RCA},
  author={Alexander Mattelaer},
  year={2009}
}
  • Alexander Mattelaer
  • Published 2009
On 28 January 2008 the European Union launched the military operation EUFOR in Chad and the Central African Republic. Its mandate was to contribute to the security of the civilian population, the numerous refugees from neighboring Darfur and the local presence of the United Nations. This paper describes and analyses the planning process of this operation at the political-strategic and military-strategic levels with the aim of understanding how the military instrument was intended to generate… CONTINUE READING

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