Event: 10-11 Mar 2010 Washington, D.C. Ethics of Intelligence

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International Intelligence Ethics Association (IIEA) and Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies present the 5th International Conference on the Ethics of National Security Intelligence

March 11-12, 2010
— Conference and Hotel Registration: http://scs.georgetown.edu/ethics
— Conference Questions: [email protected]

Keynote Speakers:

Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize Recipient 1997
John Inglis. Deputy Director, National Security Agency

Confirmed presentations for the conference will include:

– Ethics of CyberWarfare and Security
– Intelligence Support for Counterinsurgency Operations
– Military Anthropology and the Ethics of Espionage
– Intelligence and the War Against Terror: The Israeli Experience
– A Case Study: A Course of “Ethics and Intelligence” with a Multi-Discipline Approach
– The Ethics of Human Intelligence Collection: Ethical Problems and Issues Involved in the Recruitment and Use of Informants by Foreign Intelligence Services
– Torture and Intelligence Justum Speculatum: Evaluating the September 2008 Attorney General’s Guidelines for Domestic FBI Operations through the Lenses of Just War, Just Peacemaking and Just Policing Theory
– A Case for Constraints: Deontic Moral Checks on the Unrestricted Right of Intelligence Gathering
– Human Rights and the CIA: The Case of the Assassination of Patrice Lumumba
– The Ethics of Intelligence and The Just War Principle of Noncombatant Immunity
– Can We Ethically Communicate the Threat?
– Identifying and Managing Corruption and Other Misconduct Risks in Counter-Terrorism Policing: Case Study of New South Wales Police Counter Terrorist Coordination Command
– The Ethics of Intelligence Support to Military Operations
– Cultural Intelligence for Winning the Peace
– Challenges of The New Committee for the Oversight of The Kosovo Intelligence Agency
– Using Private Corporations to Conduct Intelligence Activities
– The Ethics Of Surveillance: Suspicious Activity Reporting and the Production of US Domestic Intelligence
– Privatized Information Gathering, Just War, and Morality

Also available for preview/sale, and book signings, will be the newest publications on ethics, intelligence, and national security from several publishers.