Reference: Intelligence Cooperation in Multinational International Peace Operations

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Jan-Inge Svensson

ABSTRACT

Intelligence is a tool for power and traditionally very sensitive by nature. Well-established and bureaucratic resistance, international positioning and working methods hamper cooperation concerning intelligence. In a multifunctional and multinational peace operation a lot of informal structures are intertwined with formal structures.

EXTRACT

In order to create a picture of the widest spectrum in a multifunctional mission cooperation is necessary among military, police, Governmental- and International organisations and NGO`s.  Intelligence services need to communicate with each other, and multi-lateral agreements need to be established to governing the collection, analysis and sharing of intelligence.

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See Also:

2003 PEACEKEEPING INTELLIGENCE: Emerging Concepts for the Future

2004 4 Dec Stockholm Peacekeeping Intelligence Trip Report

Books: Intelligence for Peace (PKI Book Two) Finalizing

PKI Book I CH04 Svensson Peacekeeping and Intelligence Experiences from United Nations Protection Force 1995

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