2004: Information Peacekeeping A Nobel Objective

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Click here for briefing with notes:  Information Peacekeeping 1.1-1

Following the Netherlands Intelligence Studies Association (NISA) first conference on Peacekeeping Intelligence, out of which came the book, PEACEKEEPING INTELLIGENCE: Emerging Concepts for the Future, there was a conference in Canada that produced a book that is both overpriced and overly academic.  The third conference, in Sweden in December 2004, came back on track but did not go the entire distance.  With the more recent development by Col Jan-Inge Svensson of the Multinational Multifunctional Information Course at the Folke Bernadette Academy, the way was cleared for the second book in this series, INTELLIGENCE FOR PEACE: Multinational Multifunctional Information-Sharing and Sense-Making, to be edited by Col Svensson [suspended but free online].

The above briefing joins the 1995 articulation of the vision and the strategy in the French publication, 1995 Re-Inventing Intelligence The Vision and the Strategy, as a portal to the future in which unclassified decision-support–public intelligence–creates a prosperous world at peace.  The substance of the article was subsequently published as 2006 IJIC 19/3 Peacekeeping Intelligence & Information Peacekeeping.

A trip report on the conference, 11 pages, is available here online.

See Also:

21st Century Intelligence Core References 2007-2013

2008 Mark Tovey (ed.),  Collective Intelligence: Creating a Prosperous World at Peace (Earth Intelligence Network)

2010 Robert Steele, INTELLIGENCE for EARTH: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity & Sustainability (Earth Intelligence Network)

2012 Robert Steele, THE OPEN SOURCE EVERYTHING MANIFESTO: Transparency, Truth, & Trust (North Atlantic Books)

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