Workshop archive



Cornwallis VI:  Analysis for Assessment, Evaluation and Crisis Management

The Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping Training Centre
9-12 April 2001

The keynote by Lieutenant General (ret.) Manfred Eisele, former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, on “Peace Operations and Humanitarian Interventions in a Time of Change” set the theme for the meeting.  This was followed by papers on NGO views on humanitarian interventions; peace operations in Sierra Leone; conditions for successful intrastate peacekeeping missions; analysis of smaller scale contingencies; and improving peacekeeping operations through lessons-learned analysis.

Contributed Papers:

  1. Analysis for Assessment, Evaluation, and Crisis Management - Professor David F. Davis [pdf]
  2. Peace Operations and Humanitarian Intervention in a Time of Change - Lieutenant General (ret.) Manfred Eisele [pdf]
  3. Evaluating Evaluations and Assessing Assessments: NGO Views on Humanitarian Interventions - Steve Hansch PhD [pdf]
  4. Crisis Response Operations Theory and Practice (Do the Metrics Measure Up?) - Russell Hayes and George Rose PhD [pdf]
  5. A Case Study Example of the Assessment and Evaluation of Peace Operations in Sierra Leone - Hugh D. Richardson OBE, and Major John Lockwood MBE [pdf]
  6. Metrics, Measures, Standards, and Indicators in the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Framework: Marking the Points of Transition - Sasha Kishinchand and Scott R Feil [pdf]
  7. Conditions for Successful Intrastate Peacekeeping Missions - Birger Heldt PhD [pdf]
  8. More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Posse Comitatus - E P Visco [pdf]
  9. Analysis of Smaller Scale Contingencies - Cdr Aasgeir Gangsaas [pdf]
  10. Analysis of Small-Scale Contingency Operations: NATO Study SAS-027 - David W Mason [pdf]
  11. Campaign Monitoring and Measures of Success - Michael R Neighbour [pdf]
  12. U.S. Military Civil Affairs Assessments - Michael W Beasley [pdf]
  13. Improving Peacekeeping Operations Through Lessons Learned Analysis - Ahmed Ghanmi PhD and Kendall Wheaton PhD [pdf]
  14. A Peacekeeping Architecture for AWARS - H Kent Pickett and Peter Cherry PhD [pdf]
  15. Effectiveness of U.S. Humanitarian Relief Efforts in Response to Hurricanes George and Mitch - A Martin Lidy and James Kunder [pdf]
  16. KFOR Engagement: Experiences of the German Army - Brigadier General Fritz von Korff [pdf]
  17. Kosovo is not Bosnia: The UNMIK/KFOR/MNB(E) Experience - Larry K Wentz [pdf]
  18. Nuclear Factor in New Russian Military Doctrine: A Case Study of a Wrong Political and Military Assessment - Andrei Piontkovsky PhD and Vitali Tsigichko PhD [pdf]
  19. Measurement of Post-Conflict Resolution in Bosnia-Herzegovina - Stephan B Flemming [pdf]
  20. Drafting a Bottom Line: Currencies for the Inputs and Outputs of Discretionary Operations - Ian M Mitchell [pdf]
  21. Significance of Gender in Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice - Gunda Sabel-Sheehan [pdf]
  22. Analytic and Decision Support Tools Adaptable to Assess and Evaluate Peace Support Operations - Karl A Bertsche [pdf]
  23. Simulation of Patrols with the GAMMA Model - Wolfgang Nonnemacher PhD [pdf]
  24. Perceptual Ambiguity and Trapping Can Lead to Inaccurate Assessments and May Cause Inappropriate Responses - Professor A E R Woodcock PhD [pdf]
  25. Peacekeeping Realities and the Future of Peacekeeping - Alex Morrison [pdf]
  26. The Way Forward: Punishment, Deterrence, and Peace Building - Professor David F Davis and Professor A E R Woodcock PhD [pdf]