Berto Jongman: US Should Spend on Peacekeeping Not Warmaking

U.S. Spending on U.N. Peacekeeping More Cost-Effective Than Trump’s Blueprint It would be eight times more cost-effective for the United States to support a U.N. peacekeeping mission than it would be to send in its Armed Forces, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) wrote in a recent report. This report follows an expected 2019 federal budget …

Jan H. Kalvik: Intelligence & the Nobel Peace Prize – Recommendation of Robert David Steele for Information Peacekeeping & Peacekeeping Intelligence

Intelligence & the Nobel Peace Prize I took a special interest in the Nobel Peace Prize nomination process this year because for the first time as Editor-In-Chief of Defence and Intelligence Norway, I felt compelled to recommend someone. I am not an accredited nominator – my recommendation, with the documentation at the end of this …

Berto Jongman: Peacekeeping

UN GA Agenda item 51 Comprehensive review of the whole question of peacekeeping operations in all their aspects Back-Up Copy Playing the Blues: A Professional Peacekeeping Force for an Age of Violent Extremism Frank Hoffman & Ryan Neuhard What is the solution? It is time for the United States to push for the creation of …

Yoda: Canada Puts Toe Back Into Peacekeeping

The end of peacekeeping, and what comes next for Canada’s soldiers Mr. Trudeau loves the nostalgia of the Canadian peacekeeper and wants to pursue it as an idealized brand. The answer is the new Peace and Stabilization Operations Program. Up to 600 Armed Forces personnel will be deployed, in conjunction with the United Nations, to …

Search: phd topics on the role of intelligence in peace support operation + Peacekeeping RECAP

Had to Stop.  WordPress Cannot Handle So Many Links, and Entire Phi Beta Iota Site is About Peace and Prosperity Through Intelligence with Integrity.  Links Below Line Estimated 25% of Relevant Links Across all 12,000+ Posts. Excellent search and badly needed PhD thesis that could “write the book” on the role of intelligence in support …

29 May 2013 Protecting People with Technology – Modernizing UN Peacekeeping Operations

Protecting People with Technology: Modernizing U.N. Peacekeeping A conversation with Dr. Walter Dorn, author of “Keeping Watch: Monitoring, Technology & Innovation in UN Peace Operations” Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Time: 2-3:30 p.m. Location: The Stimson Center 1111 19th St., NW, 12th Floor Washington, D.C. RSVP HERE Download PDF:  Dorn 29- Protecting People with Technology.Stimson-1 …

29 May 2013 1000-1200 NDU DC Dr. Walter Dorn, Peacekeeping Technology for the Protection of Civilians

Peacekeeping Technology for the Protection of Civilians The goal of the forum is to increase awareness of peacekeeping technologies and how they are being used in practice.  While much attention has been given to providing the UN with helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Dr. Dorn emphasizes the importance of basic tools such as smart …

2010 Julian Harston “Intelligence Assessment and Risk Analysis in Peacekeeping and Peace Support Operations – A Necessity”

Intelligence Assessment and Risk Analysis in Peacekeeping and Peace Support Operations – A necessity. Julian Harston, United Nations, Assistant Secretary General (rtd) October 2010 Document:  2010 JMAC Speech Julian Harston ‘We are fully aware of your long-standing limitations in gathering information. The limitations are inherent in the very nature of the United Nations and therefore …

Reference: Intelligence-Led Peacekeeping

Professor Walter Dorn is the virtual Dean of peacekeeping intelligence scholarship, going back to the Congo in the 1960’s when Swedish SIGINT personnel spoke Swahli fluently and the UN stunned the belligerents with knowledge so-gained.  This is the final published version of the article posted earlier in author’s final draft. The UN is now ready …