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The Changing Nature of the Political-Military Interface -- The Blurring of the Pol-Mil Divide


Joint Worldwide Planning Conference, Edelweiss Conference Center
Garmisch, Germany
November 30, 2005

[This chart accompanied Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs John Hillen's remarks at the Joint Worldwide Planning Conference, Edelweiss Conference Center in Garmisch, Germany]

This chart depicts political-military activity as overlapping political activity, which consists of grand strategy, policy and diplomacy, and the three levels of military activity—tactical, operational, and strategic—in stabilization and reconstruction operations.

This chart depicts political-military activity as overlapping political activity, which consists of grand strategy, policy and diplomacy, and the three levels of military activity—tactical, operational, and strategic—in stabilization and reconstruction operations.


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