Panel Meeting III: Allied and Multinational Perspectives on Civil-Military Engagement and Influence

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Strategic awareness for CA professionals continues on the third and final day of the Symposium, opening up with a panel webinar on Allied and multinational perspectives on civil-military engagement and influence. Civil affairs officer Lieutenant General Hugh Van Roosen, Deputy Military Advisor at the United Nations, leads with an update on major innovations on civil-military coordination (CIMIC) influence in UN peace operations. Updates on similar civil-military force developments and initiatives – especially with regard to influence operations – will also come from the NATO CIMIC Center of Excellence, British Army Land Warfare Center, and Canadian Army Influence Activities Task Force. Facilitated by Distinguished Member of the Civil Affairs Corps Christopher Holshek, Colonel, U.S. Army Civil Affairs (Ret.), the line-up includes: • Major General Hugh Van Roosen, Deputy Military Advisor, United Nations • Lieutenant Colonel Stefan Muehlich, Branch Chief of the Concepts, Interoperability and Capabilities Branch, NATO CIMIC Center of Excellence • Lieutenant Colonel Dave Allen, SO1 Stabilization, Warfare Branch, Land Warfare Center (U.K.) • Lieutenant Colonel Carolyne Lamarre, Commanding Officer, Influence Activities Task Force, Department of National Defense, Government of Canada; and Major Charles Nadeau, Influence Activities Task Force, Department of National Defense, Government of Canada

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