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Dr. Pascale Combelles-Siegel

External Researcher

PASCALE COMBELLES-SIEGEL is an associate with the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Sur l'Armee at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Toulouse and a visiting researcher at the Center for International Security Studies at the University of Maryland at College Park. In February 1995, she received a grant from the MacArthur Foundation for the research behind this paper, which was presented in an earlier form at the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Baltimore, Maryland, October 22, 1995. She is currently completing her Ph.D. dissertation which examines U.S. military-media relations since Vietnam. Ms. Combelles-Siegel has published articles in both Europe and the United States (most recently an article on media-military relations during Just Cause in the May-June 1995 Military Review). In addition, she has presented papers at numerous conferences on both sides of the ocean. She holds a bachelor's degree in history from Universite de Toulouse and a bachelor's degree in political science from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Toulouse, as well as a master's degree in political science from the Universite de Toulouse.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Pascale Combelles-Siegel

  • The Troubled Path to the Pentagon's Rules on Media Access to the Battlefield: Grenada to Today

    May 01, 1996

    Authored by Dr. Pascale Combelles-Siegel.
    Ms. Pascale Combelles-Siegel examines the difficult road traveled by the press and the military since Operation URGENT FURY in 1983. She focuses on the development of the 1992 Joint Doctrine for Public Affairs as a practical tool for reducing tension and providing press access to the battle. Her analysis reflects the duality of the relationship and the efforts of both communities to find a modus vivendi.