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The Oxymoronic Concept of ‘NATO Intelligence’

In 2008, a FOIA request resulted in the release of a (redacted) version of a 1984 CIA article: NATO Intelligence: A Contradiction in Terms.

The report is pretty scathing:

“Since its inception, NATO has essentially opted out of the intelligence business. The command structure is almost totally innocent of any inherent capability for detecting or analyzing what is really going on. An almost pathetic aspect of the situation is the occasional effort by well meaning national officers to find ways to feed the very life blood of a viable defense system (intelligence) into a virtual corpse.”

Intelligence Support For Multinational Operations (JP-2 Chapter 8)

DIA Center for International Engagement

USMC Sharing of Intelligence in Future Military Operations

Graphic: Alberts-Steele M4IS2

Graphic: Multi-Lateral Sharing

Graphic: Information Sharing–Going for the Green

Reference: World Brain Institute & Global Game

Search: Seven Tribes (now Eight Tribes)

Search: Strategic Analytic Model

Search: The Future of OSINT [is M4IS2-Multinational]

2007 United Nations “Class Before One” Infomation-Sharing and Analytics Orientation

2006 Briefing to the Coalition Coordination Center (CCC) Leadership at the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM)–Multinational Intelligence: Can CENTCOM Lead the Way? Reflections on OSINT & the Coalition

Worth a Look: Peace Book One Now Online in Chapter Form

Books: Intelligence for Peace (PKI Book Two) Finalizing

Review: Stability Operations and State-Building–Continuities and Contingencies: Colloquium Report

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