Panel 2: Interagency Process (International) Who has the lead on the ground overseas? Is the military the supporting or supported actor? What are the implications? How can the interagency process contribute to complex operations? Should the military prepare to take on more state-building functions? What are the possible problems? Paper: Bernard Carreau, Senior Fellow, Center for Technology and National Security, National Defense University Commentators Nadia Schadlow, Senior Program Officer, Smith Richardson Foundation A. Heather Coyne, Senior Program Officer, Center for Mediation and Conflict Resolution, United States Institute for Peace Moderator: Frank Hoffman, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Research Institute The second panel at the Foreign Policy Research Institute's (FPRI) “Mind the Gap: Post-Iraq Civil-Military Relations in America" conference held at, and cosponsored with, the Reserve Officers Association in Washington, DC, on October 15, 2007.