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8. Cross Case Analysis: Understanding The Performance Of Civil-Military Partnerships

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In the civil-military partnerships analysed in Kosovo, Kabul and Baghlan, both military and civilian actors paid very little attention in general to evaluation and more specifically, to performance assessment. This chapter presents the performance of each partnership in the three cases. It discusses their differences and similarities by using the performance criteria identified for military actors, civilian actors of the assistance community, and the local population. The chapter also discusses the extent to which the process-based partnership model is in line with the practice of civil-military cooperation in the three cases.

Keywords: Baghlan; civil-military partnerships; Kabul; Kosovo; process-based partnership model



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