Workshop archive



Cornwallis IX:  Analysis for Stabilization and Counter-Terrorist Operations

The Austrian Peace Centre
5-8 April 2004

The civilian keynote discussed overcoming obstacles to civil-military cooperation and military keynote asked whether the defense of NATO begins in the foothills of the Hindu Kush.  Working groups discussed the problems associated with defining metrics and measurements to support analyses.

Contributed Papers:

  1. Introduction to Analysis for Stabilization and Counter-Terrorist Operations - Alexander E. R. Woodcock [pdf]
  2. The Peace Center at Burg Schlaining - Arno Truger [pdf]
  3. Are we reaching the threshold to overcome the obstacles for effective CIV-MIL cooperation toward mission achievement - Dayton Maxwell [pdf]
  4. Information Operations (IO) as a Tool of Stabilization
    Operations in Counter-Terrorism - Dennis C Legaspi and Cecilia C D Noble [pdf]
  5. Doing it the Hard Way: US Civil-Military Policies in Iraq and Afghanistan - Walter S Clarke [pdf]
  6. Winning the Peace: Scope and Management Implications of Analysis of Stabilization and Counter-Terrorist Operations - Ian M. Mitchell and John Medhurst [pdf]
  7. Measures of Effectiveness (MOE) and Effects-Based Operations (EBO) in the Headquarters ARRC - Hugh Richardson [pdf]
  8. Modelling Peace Support Operations: An Agent-Based Approach - M R Bathe and L Frewer [pdf]
  9. Does the Defense of Europe start on the foothills of the Hindukush? - Karl Ernst Graf Strachwitz [pdf]
  10. Analytic Support to a Civilian Headquarters: The Cornwallis Approach - David F. Davis [pdf]
  11. Integrated Civil-Military and Information Operations: Finding Success in Synergy Lieutenant - Christopher J Holshek [pdf]
  12. Stability and Reconstruction Operations: What we can Learn from History? - Larry Wentz and Michael J Baranick [pdf]
  13. Kosovo Revisited – A Personal Perspective - Michael R Neighbour [pdf]
  14. The Doctrinal Implications of Presence in Crisis Response Operations - Richard P Cousens [pdf]
  15. Statistical Analysis of Presence in Crisis Response Operations - Robert Bailey [pdf]
  16. Measuring Terrorism and Insurgency in a 21st-Century Context - Richard E. Hayes, Margaret Daly Hayes, Brian C Davis, Sheyla Y Keane, Peter Kossakowski, Alison E Leary, Andres Saenz and Jonathan E Tarter [pdf]
  17. Developing Non-Security Metrics for the Coalition Provisional Authority - Caroline Earle, Scott Feil and A Martin Lidy [pdf]
  18. The Role of the NATO Code of Best Practice for Provision of Analysis Advice in New Operational Scenarios - George Rose [pdf]
  19. Answers from Industry to the Challenge of Homeland Security - Manfred Bartha [pdf]
  20. Finding Robust Definitions for Feedback Stability Indicators in Counter Terrorist Operations - S Anders Christensson [pdf]
  21. Working Group 1: Report [pdf]
  22. Working Group 2: Traffic Lights, Focus, and Ambiguity of Perception - Ian M Mitchell [pdf]
  23. Working Group 3: Observations and Questions – Measures, Metrics, and Analysis - Robert Bailey [pdf]
  24. Historical Analysis of Terrorist Campaigns with observations on current operations in Iraq - Andrew Hossack [pdf]
  25. Operational Analysis in Support of HQ MND(SE), Basrah, Iraq, 2003 - A J Hopkin [pdf]
  26. Agent Based Simulation of Terrorist Attacks “Protection of Potential Targets” - Karl A Bertsche and Gunther Schwarz [pdf]
  27. Modeling and Simulation Support for Critical Infrastructure Protection - Alexander E R Woodcock and John T Dockery [pdf]
  28. Is the Humanitarian-Military Relationship Moving in Reverse? An Analysis Based on Two Snapshots: Iraq and Afghanistan - Andjela Jurisic [pdf]
  29. Who can fill the Protection Gaps? The Situation on the Dafur Ground - Andjela Jurisic [pdf]
  30. Cornwallis IX: Commentary and Future Plans - Alexander E.R. Woodcock, George Rose [pdf]