Integrated Missions - A Liberia Case Study


  • Cecilia Hull

Publish date: 2008-08-20

Report number: FOI-R--2555--SE

Pages: 76

Written in: English


  • Civil-Military Relations


The United Nation´s Integrated Missions concept symbolise the most mature conceptual development of a comprehensive approach to peace operations. This report examines the Integrated Missions concept and studies its implementation through a case study on the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). It outlines the structures that constitute an integrated mission and describes how these have been in practice. The aim of the report is to create an understanding for how the concept is implemented and explore the devide between theory and practice. This report is published as part of the Effects-Based Command in Crisis Management project at FOI. The study has been conducted in order to increase the empirical base of the project.