Journal: Haiti–How Little We Learn From the Past

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2001 Oakley (US) The Use of Military & Civilian Power for Engagement and Intervention

1999 Sovereign (US) Information Superiority for the Lower End of the Spectrum (Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief)

1999 Marks (US) UN/OCHA Joint Proposal for IRIN and ReliefWeb Activities and Funding in 1999

1998 Mti (ZA) Open Source Intelligence, the African Renaissance, and Sustainable Development: the Emerging National Intelligence Model for South Africa

1998 Beaver (US) & Shanahan (US), Operationalizating Information Operations (IO) in Bosnia-Herzegovina

1998 Prinslow (US) & Bond (US) Information Sharing in Humanitarian Emergencies: Workshop Report

1995 Peters (US) INADEQUATE ANSWERS: Bureaucracy, Wealth, and the Mediocrity of U.S. Intelligence Analysis

1994 Fuchs (SE) The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Approach to Handling Information in Humanitarian Operations within Armed Conflicts

1993 Bonthous (FR) on Culture: The Missing Intelligence Variable

1993 Greenwald (US) The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization: Diplomacy’s Cutting Edge

1992 Hutchinson (UK) on Rumor of War–Open Source Data in an Unstable World