9 obstacles to the comprehensive approach

Over the past years, a new phrase has become part of most NATO Generals’ standard lexicon. A phrase with much inferred meaning and with many consequences. One which in many capitals has lauded in a paradigm shift in the workings between Defence, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other (non-)governmental agencies. Carried by policymakers, humanitarian and servicemen alike, the comprehensive – or integrated – approach has even been elevated to doctrine; often depicted as the 21st century’s answer to pressing (humanitarian) conflicts across the world. As witnesses to this doctrinal development and contributors to the training of Defence personnel, humanitarians and diplomats, we thought it be

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