1996 Information Peacekeeping: Innovative Policy Options

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Information Peacekeeping

Information Peacekeeping

This was a very original piece of work and a major step forward in the thinking on this topic.  It would lead to a publication for the U.S. Institute of Peace in 1997.  It is appropriate at this juncture to credit Dr. Professor Doug Dearth, long-time course coordinator for the National Senior Intelligence Officers Course at the Joint Military Intelligence Training College, and Col Al Campen, USAF (Ret), the father of DoD C4I as a concept, and long-time publisher for the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA).  Alone among thousands, these two officers recognized the value of this thinking, and pressed for finished work in the form of articles and chapters, and then books.  Their three books on CYBERWAR were a gift to national policy-makers that has never been properly acknowledged.

Dec 24

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