MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS

A Selected Bibliography

Compiled by Virginia C. Shope

U.S. Army War College Library

Carlisle Barracks, PA

October 2001
 

PREFACE


Multinational operations. A collective term to describe military actions conducted by forces of two or more nations, usually undertaken within the structure of a coalition or alliance.

¾ Joint Pub 3-16 Glossary
 
 

As this bibliography goes to press, in the aftermath of the devastating 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, our nation's leaders are working to forge a multinational coalition to combat terrorism. Therefore, it seems appropriate to begin with a sampling of recent citations about the broad global alliance which is now forming.

Compiled to support the curriculum's Multinational Operations AY02 special theme, the main part of the bibliography focuses on the special challenges of multinational operations such as command arrangements, interoperability, intelligence sharing, and cultural diversity. It does not include general descriptions of multinational operations and exercises. Most of the items listed have publication dates of 1995 to the present.

For your convenience, we have added our call numbers at the end of each entry. Keep in mind that call numbers may vary from library to library. (Call numbers indicate the item's shelf location.) This bibliography is also available on the Internet through our Library's website: <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/>.

For additional information, please contact the Research and Information Services Branch, U.S. Army War College Library by sending an e-mail message to usarmy.carlisle.awc.mbx.us-libraryr@mail.mil, or by phoning DSN 242-4280 or Commercial (717) 245-4280.

                                Virginia C. Shope, compiler
MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS

A Selected Bibliography
 

CONTENTS



MULTINATIONAL COALITION TO FIGHT TERRORISM
 

Recent Articles and Online Resources . . . . . . . . . . 1
 

Selected Internet Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
 

SPECIAL CHALLENGES OF MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS
 

Books and Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
 

Articles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
 

Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
 

    Related Bibliographies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16


"This is not, however, just America's fight."
 
 

¾ President George W. Bush, addressing

Joint Session of Congress, September 20, 2001


 
 
MULTINATIONAL COALITION TO FIGHT TERRORISM
Recent Articles and Online Resources
"Allies, Even Unlikely Ones, Step Up to the Challenge." Box article. U.S. News & World Report 131 (1 October 2001): 16.

Baldauf, Scott. "Pakistan on Edge Over Its Choice to Be a Key US Ally." Christian Science Monitor, 18 September 2001, pp. 1, 11.

Blanche, Ed. "Saudi Arabia's Dilemma." Jane's Defence Weekly 36 (3 October 2001): 27.

Choice between siding with U.S. to guarantee its security or appeasing domestic resistance to perceived encroachment of U.S. hegemony.
Bush, George W. "Address by George W. Bush, President of the United States Delivered to a Joint Session of Congress and the American People, Washington, D.C., September 20, 2001." Vital Speeches of the Day 67 (1 October 2001): 760-63.
President Bush asks "every nation to join us" in the fight against terrorism.
"Bush's Fragile Coalition: The President Must Tread Carefully to Keep Global Support Intact." Business Week, 1 October 2001, 44-45.

"The Coalition: Can They Stick Together?" Box article. Time 158 (8 October 2001): 56-57.

Davis, Anthony. "United Front Key to US Retaliation." Jane's Defence Weekly 36 (26 September 2001): 17.

Deacon, James. "America's Ready: So Is Britain: But Is the Rest of the World Prepared to Join the War on Terror?" Maclean's 114 (1 October 2001): 14-22.

Elliott, Michael. "'We're at War': Washington Builds a Global Coalition and Prepares for Military Action in Afghanistan." Time 158 (24 September 2001): 40-47.

"Fighting Terrorism: Allies in Search of a Strategy." Economist 360 (22-28 September 2001): 13-16.

Gilley, Bruce. "The Coming War: The Region Takes Sides." Far Eastern Economic Review 164 (27 September 2001): 24-25.

"Help America Find the Killers: Global Terrorism Means This Is Not Just the United States' War." Editorial. Far Eastern Economic Review 164 (20 September 2001): 8.

Holmes, Kim R. "Responding to the Attack on America: Beware of Constraints Imposed by International Coalition." Backgrounder, no. 1473 (17 September 2001): 1-3.

Kitfield, James. "A New and Colder War." National Journal 33 (22 September 2001): 2890-96.

See especially pp. 2894-95: "The Coalition."

LaFranchi, Howard. "A New World Order? Bush Team Sheds Its Unilateral Approach as It Rallies the World against Terrorism." Christian Science Monitor, 14 September 2001, 1.

LaFranchi, Howard. "US Risks Losing Coalition If It Expands War Targets." Christian Science Monitor, 12 October 2001, 2.

Lowry, Richard. "Strength Is Not in Coalitions." USA Today, 20 September 2001, A12.

"Marshaling Forces to Fight Terrorism." Chart. Newsweek 138 (1 October 2001): 29.

"A Nation Stunned: We Shall Prevail." Vital Speeches of the Day 67 (1 October 2001): entire issue.

Speeches by George W. Bush, Donald H. Rumsfeld, Colin Powell,
Henry H. Shelton, and others.

"Partners against Terrorism." In Periscope, a subscription database available to authorized users through our Library's webpage. Click on "Special Reports" link for this country-by-country breakdown of the latest information about allies in the coalition's anti-terrorism fight.

Peretz, Martin. "Friends Like These: Bush's Absurd Coalition." New Republic 225 (1 October 2001): 12-14.

"Pondering Participation in the New 'War.'" Latin American Weekly Report, 18 September 2001, 438-39.

"Support for the US Becomes Nuanced." Latin American Weekly Report, 25 September 2001, 450-51.

"U.S. Considers Debt Relief for Pakistan, Lifts Sanctions in Exchange for Support." Wall Street Journal, 24 September 2001, A26.

U.S. Department of State. International Information Programs. "Anti-Terrorism Coalition." Available from <http://usinfo.gov/topical/pol/terror/coalitn.htm>. Internet. Accessed 15 October 2001.

"US Rebukes Israeli Leader as Coalition Tensions Rise." Financial Times, 6-7 October 2001, 1.
 


Selected Internet Sites


 
Visit these important government websites regularly to find the latest information about the coalition's response to terrorism:
 
DefenseLINK <http://www.defenselink.mil/>
 

FirstGov <http://www.firstgov.gov/>
 

U.S. Department of State <http://www.state.gov/>
 

The White House <http://www.whitehouse.gov/>



 

SPECIAL CHALLENGES OF MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS

Books and Documents



Al-Sewaji, Hamad, and Susan S. Lawrence. Kuwait-USA Coalition Communications during Operation Desert Thunder. Directed Study (Writing Option). Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 30 March 1999. 30pp. (U413 .S49 1999)

Aldrich-Moodie, Benjamin. Negotiating Coalition: Winning Soviet Consent to Resolution 678 against Iraq. Princeton: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, 1999. 24pp. (DS79.744 .D55A54 1999)

Alexander, Martin S., ed. Knowing Your Friends: Intelligence Inside Alliances and Coalitions from 1914 to the Cold War. Portland: Cass, 1998. 304pp. (JF1525 .I6K623 1998)

Applegate, Michael F. Coalition Warfare versus France, 1792-1815. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1996. 29pp. (AD-A308-934)

Barrett, Raymond D., Jr. Coalition Dynamics. Study Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1992. 43pp. (AD-A250-256)

Bechtol, Denise L. Group Dynamics: The Coalition Warfare Commander's Nightmare. Newport: U.S. Naval War College, Joint Military Operations Department, 15 June 1995. 18pp. (V420 .B23 1995)

Bellini, Mark A. Multinational Logistics: Is It Worth It? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 6 April 2000. 22pp. (AD-A377-180)

Bowman, M.L. Multinational Maritime Operations. Norfolk: U.S. Department of the Navy, Naval Doctrine Command, September 1996. 1 vol. (VA58.4 .M84 1996)

Choudhry, H. Mashhud. Coalition Warfare: Can the Gulf War-91 Be the Model for Future? Study Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 21 February 1992. 38pp. (AD-A251-261)

Claggett, Charles D. Two-Way Street or Two-Way Mirror? Will Canada's Future Army Be Able to Interoperate with the United States' Army After Next at the Operational and Tactical Level of War? Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 1 January 2001. 42pp. (U415 .A42 01 C41)

Clark, Wesley K. Waging Modern War: Bosnia, Kosovo, and the Future of Combat. New York: Public Affairs, 2001. 479pp. (DR1313.8 .C41 2001)

A coalition commander's personal memoir.

Condit, Howard. General George C. Marshall, Strategic Leadership and Coalition Warfare. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1996. 34pp. (AD-A309-535)

Coughlin, William J., and Theodore C. Mataxis. "Coalition Warfare." In Encyclopedia of the American Military, ed. John E. Jessup and Louise B. Ketz, vol. 3, pp. 1709-36. New York: Scribner's, 1994. (REF UA23 .E56 1994 v.3)

Crickard, Fred W., Paul T. Mitchell, and Katherine Orr, eds. Multinational Naval Cooperation and Foreign Policy into the 21st Century. Brookfield: Ashgate, 1998. 305pp. (VA40 .M85 1998)

Danna, James W., III. Integrating Digitization in Multinational Operations. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 2000. 63pp. (U415 .A42 00 D15)

Davis, Peter E. United States Army Special Forces Coalition Support Operations: Mission or Collateral Activity. M.A. Thesis. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 2 June 1995. 91pp. (U415 .A4 TH D18)

Deibel, Terry L. "Alliance, Military and Political." In International Military and Defense Encyclopedia, ed. Trevor N. Dupuy, vol. 1, pp. 116-21. Washington: Brassey's, 1993. (REF U24 .I58 1993 v.1)

DiRusso, Lawrence R. Casting Our Net: Can Network Centric Warfare and Multinational Operations Coexist? Newport: U.S. Naval War College, Department of Joint Military Operations, 5 February 2001. 18pp. (V420 .D37 2001)

Easter, Cornelius. Organizational Climate Building and Culture Integration in Coalition Warfare. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1996. 32pp. (AD-A308-636)

Elron, Efrat, Boas Shamir, and Eyal Ben-Ari. "Why Don't They Fight Each Other? Cultural Diversity and Operational Unity in Multinational Forces." In Democratic Societies and Their Armed Forces: Israel in Comparative Context, ed. Stuart A. Cohen, pp. 107-34. Portland: Cass, 2000. 294pp. (UA853 .I8D25 2000)

Engel, Gary R. Joint and Combined Theater Logistics: The Future Reality. Newport: U.S. Naval War College, Department of Joint Military Operations, 18 May 1998. 19pp. (V420 .E53 1998)

Fidrych, Anthony M. Coalition Interoperability: The Long Pole in the Tent. Newport: U.S. Naval War College, Department of Joint Military Operations, 8 February 2000. 26pp. (V420 .F32 2000)

Furlong, Ronald L. Future Coalitions: Learning from the Past, Look to the Future and Listening to Our Allies. Newport: U.S. Naval War College, Department of Operations, 18 May 1998. 20pp. (V420 .F86 1998)

Goodpaster, Andrew J. When Diplomacy Is Not Enough: Managing Multinational Military Interventions: A Report to the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict. Washington: Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, July 1996. 45pp. (JX4481 .G66 1996)

Gustaitis, Peter J., II. Coalition Special Operations: An Operational-Level View. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 1 June 1998. 33pp. (AD-A354-195)

Haydon, Peter T., and Ann L. Griffiths, eds. Multinational Naval Forces. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Dalhousie University, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, 1996. 261pp. (V395 .C2M9 1996)

Proceedings of a workshop held by the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, 13-15 July 1995.
Hunt, Peter C. Coalition Warfare: Considerations for the Air Component Commander. M.M.A.S. Thesis. Maxwell Air Force Base: U.S. Air University, Air Command and Staff College, School of Advanced Airpower Studies, March 1998. 66pp. (UG635.3 .U51 TH H84)

Hura, Myron, et al. Interoperability: A Continuing Challenge in Coalition Air Operations. Santa Monica: Rand, 2000. 235pp. (UG633 .I58 2000)

Jackson, Mike. "The Realities of Multi-National Command: An Informal Commentary." In Challenges of High Command in the Twentieth Century, eds. Gary Sheffield and Geoffrey Till, pp. 86-91. Camberley, Surrey: Strategic and Combat Studies Institute, December 1999. 142pp. (U163 .S7 no.38)

Kiratli, Ardan. The Establishment of a United Nations Standing Multinational Maritime Force¾ A Dream? M.A. Thesis. Monterey: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, December 1996. 80pp. (V425 .U5 TH K36)

Kuehn, John T. Coalition Tactics on the Napoleonic Battlefield and Their Influence on Unity of Effort. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 13 November 1997. 59pp. (U415 .A42 97 K82)

Kuehn, John T. The Reasons for the Success of the Sixth Coalition against Napoleon in 1813. M.A. Thesis. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 7 June 1997. 122pp. (U415 .A4 TH K82)

Leavelle, Clyde M. An Analysis in Coalition Warfare: Napoleon's Defeat at the Battle of Nations- Leipzig, 1813. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 6 April 1998. 64pp. (AD-A344-992)

Leide, Jack. "Intelligence in Coalition Warfare: Desert Shield/Desert Storm." In Intelligence in Partnership: Conference Proceedings, June 26-27, 1997, pp. 63-69. Washington: Joint Military Intelligence College, 1997. 69pp. (U428 .J6I5 1997)

Lineberger, J. Michael. "Coalitions." In Security Assistance, a Viable Means in Building Coalitions and Providing for Our National Security, pp. 6-20. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 19 May 1998. 44pp. (AD-A346-377)

McJoynt, Albert D. "Coalition Warfare." In International Military and Defense Encyclopedia, ed. Trevor N. Dupuy, vol. 2, pp. 533-37. Washington: Brassey's, 1993. (REF U24 .I58 1993 v.2)

McJoynt, Albert D. "Combined Operations." In International Military and Defense Encyclopedia, ed. Trevor N. Dupuy, vol. 2, pp. 579-89. Washington: Brassey's, 1993. (REF U24 .I58 1993 v.2)

McNulty, John Q. How Can We Best Train Our Army Logistics Leaders to Operate Effectively in a Joint/Multinational Environment? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 3 April 1996. 35pp. (AD-A308-493)

Maurer, Martha E. Coalition Command and Control: Key Considerations. Washington: National Defense University, Institute for National Strategic Studies, Center for Advanced Command Concepts and Technology, 1994. 147pp. (U411 .I6M27 1994)

Morelock, Jerry D. "Blueprint for Victory: Leadership Strategy for Coalition Warfare." In Essays on Strategy IX, ed. Thomas C. Gill, pp. 81-119. Washington: National Defense University Press, 1993. 197pp. (U162 .E87 1993)

Mueller, Mark R. US Participation in the NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Multinational Corps System. M.A. Thesis. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1996. 123pp. (U415 .A4 TH M82)

Nichiporuk, Brian. Forecasting the Effects of Army XXI Design upon Multinational Force Compatibility. Santa Monica: RAND, Arroyo Center, 2000. 46pp. (U260 .N32 2000)

Parry, William H., III. Multinational Operations and the National Security Strategy: The Modern Melian Dialogue. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 19 March 2000. 35pp. (AD-A378-314)

Peavie, Barrett K. Intelligence Sharing in Bosnia. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 1 January 2001. 51pp. (U415 .A42 01 P21)

Pelletiere, Stephen C. Managing Strains in the Coalition: What to Do about Saddam? Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 15 November 1996. 28pp. (U413 .A66P44 1996)

Pickert, Perry L. Intelligence for Multilateral Decision and Action, ed. Russell G. Swenson. Washington: Joint Military Intelligence College, June 1997. 610pp. (UB250 .P53 1997)

Poe, Stacy A. Rules of Engagement: Complexities of Coalition Interaction in Military Operations Other Than War. Newport: U.S. Naval War College, College of Naval Command and Staff, 13 February 1995. 20pp. (V420 .U51P52 1995)

Pope, William R. U.S. and Coalition Command and Control Interoperability for the Future. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 1 April 2001. 26pp. (AD-A390-627)

Pottorff, James P., Jr. Legal Preparation of the Battlefield: Issues in Combined Operations. Newport: U.S. Naval War College, Department of Joint Military Operations, 17 May 1999. 21pp. (V420 .P67 1999)

Powell, Keith, II. An Historical Examination of International Coalitions. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 6 April 1998. 26pp. (AD-A345-508)

Problems and Solutions in Future Coalition Operations: Final Report, Headquarters, U.S. Army Europe Conference on. . . . By Thomas J. Marshall, chairman. McLean: Science Applications International, July 1996. 2 vols. (U260 .P65 1996 v.1, v.2)

Pugh, Philip M., Jr. A Historical Analysis of Multinational Logistics and the Concept of National Responsibility in Coalition Military Operations. M.M.A.S. Thesis. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 2 June 2000. 89pp. (U415 .A4 TH P83)

Quick, Hubert L., Jr. Multinational Logistics: A CINC's [Commander in Chief's] Tools for Implementation. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 19 January 1996. 28pp. (AD-A314-549)

Rice, Anthony J. Command and Control in Coalition Warfare: Does History Provide Us with Practicable Solutions for Today? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 11 March 1996. 26pp. (AD-A309-426)

Ryan, Alan. From Desert Storm to East Timor: Australia, the Asia-Pacific and 'New Age' Coalition Operations. Study Paper No. 302. Duntroon, Australia: Department of Defence, Land Warfare Studies Centre, 2000. 109pp. (UA870 .L14 no.302)

Ryan, Alan. New Kids on the Bloc: Problems of Constructing and Maintaining Military Coalitions in the Asia-Pacific Region. MSI Working Paper No. 3/2000. Trentham Military Camp, Upper Hut New Zealand: New Zealand Defence Force, Military Studies Institute, 2000. 23pp. (UA874.3 .M5 no.3)

Scales, Robert H., Jr. Future Warfare: Anthology. Rev. ed. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 2001. 301pp. (U413 .A66S335 2001)

Chap. 14: "Trust, Not Technology, Sustains Coalitions."

Chap. 15: "Trust, More Than Technology, Ensures Interoperability."

Chap. 16: "In War, the U.S. Can't Go It Alone."

Schissler, Mark O. Coalition Warfare: More Power or More Problems? Newport: U.S. Naval War College, 18 June 1993. 42pp. (V420 .S34 1993)

Seymour, Nick D.A. Global Security in the Twenty First Century¾ The Challenge to International Organizations, Alliances and Coalitions. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1999. 35pp. (AD-A363-550)

Sessions, Sterling D., and Carl R. Jones. Coalition Command and Control: Defining by Casebook Studies. Washington: National Defense University, Institute for National Strategic Studies, Center for Advanced Concepts and Technology, November 1996. 67pp. (U260 .S27 1996)

Shelton, Henry H. "Multinational Operations." In Joint Vision 2020, pp. 16-17. Washington: U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 2000. 36pp. (UA23.7 .J6 2000)

Snyder, Glenn H. Alliance Politics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997. 414pp. (D397 .S58 1997)

Spidel, Robert J. Multinational Logistics in NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization]: Will It Work? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 15 April 1996. 29pp. (AD-A308-602)

Stelz, Gerhard. Multinational Force Structures in NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization]. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 22 March 1996. 18pp. (AD-A309-439)

Stoler, Mark A. Allies and Adversaries: The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Grand Alliance, and U.S. Strategy in World War II. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2000. 380pp. (D769.1 .S76 2000)

Szayna, Thomas S., et al. Improving Army Planning for Future Multinational Coalition Operations. Santa Monica: RAND, 2001. 326pp. (U260 .I47 2001)

Thomas, James P. The Military Challenges of Transatlantic Coalitions. Adelphi Paper 333. New York: Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000. 92pp. (U162 .A3 no.333)

Thomas, Robert H. Multinational Naval Cooperation. Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 3. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Dalhousie University, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, 1996. 98pp. (V395 .C2M27 no.3)

Thomas, Timothy L. Russian Lessons Learned in Bosnia. Fort Leavenworth: Foreign Military Studies Office, 1997. 5pp. (U415 .F5T355 1997)

Article originally appeared in Military Review, September-
October 1996.

U.S. Center for Army Lessons Learned. Joint Military Commissions: Lessons Learned from Operation Joint Endeavor. Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Center for Army Lessons Learned, May 1996. 36pp. (U408.3 .J54 1996)

NATO-led peace enforcement mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

U.S. Defense Science Board. Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on International Armaments Cooperation: International Armaments Cooperation in an Era of Coalition Security. Washington: U.S. Department of Defense, August 1996. 1 vol. (UA23 .R456 1996)
 

U.S. Department of Defense. "Multinational Reaction Forces." In Report on Allied Contributions to the Common Defense. Washington: U.S. Department of Defense, March 2001. Available on the Internet <http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/allied_contrib2001/allied2001.pdf>. Accessed 12 October 2001.

U.S. Department of Defense. "Strengthening Alliances and Partnerships." In Quadrennial Defense Review, pp. 14-15. Washington: U.S. Department of Defense, 30 September 2001. 71pp. (REF UA23.13 .Q12 2001)

U.S. Department of the Army. The Army in Multinational Operations. Field Manual 100-8. Washington: U.S. Department of the Army, 24 November 1997. 1 vol. (Mil. Pubs. FM 100-8)

U.S. Department of the Army. "Multinational Operations." In Operations. Field Manual 3-0. Washington: U.S. Department of the Army, 14 June 2001. Available on the Internet <http://www.adtdl.army.mil/atdls.htm>. Accessed 26 September 2001. (Mil. Pubs. Online FM 3-0)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Coalition Warfare: Gulf War Allies Differed in Chemical and Biological Threats Identified and in Use of Defensive Measures: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans' Affairs, and International Relations, House Committee on Governmental Reform. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, April 2001. 48pp. (DS79.744 .C46U53 2001)

U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. "Intelligence in Multinational Operations." In Doctrine for Intelligence Support to Joint Operations, pp. A-1 to A-6. Joint Publication 2-0. Washington: U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 9 March 2000. 1 vol. (Mil. Pubs. JOINT PUB 2-0)

U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Joint Doctrine for Multinational Operations. Joint Publication 3-16. Washington: U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 5 April 2000. 1 vol. (Mil. Pubs. JOINT PUB 3-16)

U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. "Multinational Operations." In Doctrine for Joint Operations, pp. VI-1 to VI-12. Joint Publication 3-0. Washington: U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1 February 1995. 1 vol. (Mil. Pubs. JOINT PUB 3-0)

U.S. Pacific Command. Command Intelligence Architecture/Planning Program. Intelligence Support to Combined Operations. Washington: Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1996. 16 April 1996. 1 vol. (UB251 .U6I64 1996)

Weddle, Kevin J. The Ottawa Treaty and Coalition Warfare: An Unholy Alliance? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 1 April 1999. 39pp. (AD-A363-463)

Wolters, Tod D. Desert Storm and Allied Force: Execution Disparity. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 25 March 2001. 24pp. (AD-A391-218)

Young, Thomas-Durell, ed. Command in NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] after the Cold War: Alliance, National, and Multinational Considerations. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1997. 225pp. (U413 .A66C617 1997)

Young, Thomas-Durell. Multinational Land Forces and the NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Force Structure Review. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, June 2000. 21pp. (U413 .A66Y676 2000)

Young, Thomas-Durell. Multinational Land Formations and NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization]: Reforming Practices and Structures. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1997. 102pp. (U413 .A66Y6591 1997)

Young, Thomas-Durell. Reforming NATO's [North Atlantic Treaty Organization's] Military Structures: The Long-Term Study and Its Implications for Land Forces. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 15 May 1998. 38pp. (U413 .A66Y6552 1998)

Zanini, Michele, and Jennifer M. Taw. The Army and Multinational Force Compatibility. Santa Monica: RAND, Arroyo Center, 2000. 73pp. (U260 .Z36 2000)

Articles

Annati, Massimo. "Multinational Naval Programmes in Europe." Naval Forces 21, no. 6 (2000): 22-26.

Ascura, Michael A. "AFATDS [Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System] and Fire Support in a Multinational Environment." Field Artillery (March-April 1998): 32-33.

Bainbridge, Joseph R. "Toward a Multinational Future." Commentary. Army Logistician 32 (September 2000): 53.

"BCI [Battle Combat Identification] Battle Flares Again." Military Technology 22 (July 1998): 78-80.

Bennett, Drew A., and Anne F. Macdonald. "Coalition Rules of Engagement." Joint Force Quarterly, no. 8 (Summer 1995): 124-25.

Boyer, Yves. "Focus on Integrating Europe's Defences." RUSI Journal 144 (April-May 1999): 46-48.

Based on an address to the RUSI conference "Hanging Together¾ Implications of Technological Innovation for Coalition Interoperability," 25-26 February 1999.
 
Bir, Cevic. "Interoperability and Intervention Operations." RUSI Journal 142 (December 1997): 22-26.
Brant, Bruce A. "Combined Operations and the BCD [Battlefield Coordination Detachment]." Field Artillery (March-April 1998): 17-21.

Buikema, Ronald J. "Cooperative Engagement: Ramifications for Today's Marine Corps." Marine Corps Gazette 84 (April 2000): 58-61.

Cancian, Mark F. "Is There a Coalition in Your Future?" Marine Corps Gazette 80 (June 1996): 28-30.

Cherrie, Stanley F. "Multinational Mine-Strike Recovery Operation." 27 (August 1997): 6-11.

Cooke, Thomas. "NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] CJTF [Combined Joint Task Force] Doctrine: The Naked Emperor." Parameters 28 (Winter 1998-99): 124-36.

Cozart, Karlus L. "Improving Command Control Procedures on Multinational Base Camps." Engineer 28 (April 1998): 43-45.

De Lapresle, Bertrand de Sauville. "Assembling a Multinational Force." RUSI Journal 142 (December 1997): 18-21.

Demurenko, Andrei. "Organizing the Interaction of Nations Participating in a Multinational Operation." Translated by Robert R. Love. Journal of Slavic Military Studies 10 (September 1997): 79-89.

Devers, Jacob L. "Major Problems Confronting a Theater Commander in Combined Operations." Military Review 77 (January-February 1997): 123-30.

Reprinted from the October 1947 issue of Military Review.

DiNardo, R.L. "The Dysfunctional Coalition: The Axis Powers and the Eastern Front in World War II." Journal of Military History 60 (October 1996): 711-30.

Dixon, Anne M. "The Whats and Whys of Coalitions." Joint Force Quarterly, no. 3 (Winter 1993-94): 26-28.

Elron, Efrat, Boas Shamir, and Eyal Ben-Ari. "Why Don't They Fight Each Other? Cultural Diversity and Operational Unity in Multinational Forces." Armed Forces & Society 26 (Fall 1999): 73-97.

Farmen, William N. "Wanted: A NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Logistics Headquarters." Joint Force Quarterly, no. 18 (Spring 1998): 62-66.

Fenzel, John, III. "Five Imperatives of Coalition Warfare." Special Warfare 6 (July 1993): 2-8.

Forster, Larry M. "Coalition Leadership Imperatives." Military Review 80 (November-December 2000): 55-60.

Gorman, Frank. "Multinational Logistics: Managing Diversity." Air Force Journal of Logistics 24 (Fall 2000): 8-15, 40.

Gormley, Dennis M., and Douglas M. Hart. "Extending Network-Centric Warfare to Coalition Crisis Management and Assessment." RUSI Journal 145 (April 2000): 67-72.

Hayes, Brian C. "Serenade 1944: Fire Support in Combined Operations." Field Artillery (September-October 1997): 24-25.

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Video

U.S. Atlantic Command. Operation Uphold Democracy: US Forces in Haiti. Norfolk: U.S. Atlantic Command, 1997. Videocassette (45 min.), CD-ROM, and pamphlet. (VIDEOS F1921.5 O75 1997)

This multimedia package provides lessons learned in the planning, execution, and support of a military operation other than war capturing valuable insights for future commanders in building multinational coalitions and commanding those forces under United Nations mandate, specifically outlining key events in Operation Uphold Democracy.


Related Bibliographies


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Vetock, Dennis J., ed. "Coalitions/Interoperability." In A Special Bibliography on U.S. Joint and Combined Warfare in Historical Perspective, pp. 395-413. 2d ed. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army Military History Institute, 1998. 525pp. (Z6724 .U54V27 1998)

White, Elwood L., comp. Future War: Coalition Operations in Global Strategy. Special Bibliography Series No. 93. Colorado Springs: U.S. Air Force Academy Library, October 1998. 43pp. (UG638.5 .Z9 no.93)