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N. N. S. troops to allow themselves to be captured by hostile parties, which might be an essential part of local success as peacekeepers. S. forces were delayed while local training and situation familiarization were accomplished. No principle of war is more violated in peace operations than the offensive. Peace operations are inherently reactive and passive. Even when one of the parties appears to be preparing to violate a peace agreement, the peace operators are usually constrained to warning the parties and threatening action if a violation occurs.
Typical warfighting command arrangements for coalitions also evolve on the basis of international precedent and national practices and priorities; they change over time as the situation changes. S. ” At its top is the multinational alliance or authority from which legitimacy and guidance are derived. S. S. S. actions and forces. ) provides strategic direction to the combined command. S. officer. S. S. forces assigned to the combined command. S. S. role, and the nationality of the combined commander.
Their organizational structures and command relationships evolve over time as a function of the missions assigned, the situation on the ground (both as the mission is first undertaken and as it evolves over time, the national governments involved), the forces each contributes, and the institutions that participate, such as the United Nations. Figure 5 shows, for example, the organizational structure of United Nations Forces in Somalia (UNISOM) in the summer of 1993. Eighteen different 33 Command Arrangements for Peace Operations Figure 5.