Practical Reflections on United Nations Intelligence + UN RECAP

Updated 21 Dec 2012 1800 Short Persistent URL for This Post: http://tinyurl.com/UN-21-Intel DOCUMENT:  2012 Reflections on UN Intelligence 2.3 21 Dec 2012 I had occasion to look at the Report of the Secretary General on the Work of the Organization, and thought this would be a good time to integrate some of what I have …

Reflections on United Nations Intelligence & Counterintelligence

Your Aide Memoire came to my attention today.  Apart from wishing you every success, I thought to contribute a few ideas. 01  The new meme that has replaced Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) — I taught this to 90 countries including all NATO/PfP and six UN missions in Lebanon — is M4IS2 (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain …

Reference (2): United Nations Intelligence in Haiti

MajGen Eduardo ALDUNATE Herman, Chilean Army (Ret), served as the Deputy Force Commander of the United Nations Force in Haiti (MINUSTAH) in the earliest rounds, and was instrumental in both sponsoring the Joint Military Intelligence Analysis Center (JMAC) concept in its first modern field implementation, but also in evaluating most critically both the lack of …

Search: United Nations Intelligence Training

INTELLIGENCE is DECISION-SUPPORT.  The process of intelligence is separate from whether the sources and methods are secret or not.  There is nothing secret, unethical, or illegal about the process of intelligence as decision-support. Original “Class Before One” (2010 Class 001 in Planning) 2007 United Nations “Class Before One” Infomation-Sharing and Analytics Orientation Other references:

Search: dr walterdorn intelligence united nations

Simplicity matters.  It also helps to not run on the name.  Generally everything on this site bears on intelligence so that is a useless search term in this special context. Search 1:  Walter Dorn (16 Posts) Search 2:  United Nations intelligence (over 100 hits most not directly related) Search 3:  United Nations (over 100 hits …

Graphic: United Nations (UN) & Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Intelligence Tribe (8 of 8)

This tribe includes all the non-profit organizations but is distinguished from civil society by its structure and orientation.  This tribe now vastly outnumbers all the other tribes combined on the battlefield and across the arena of hybird operations.  It’s intelligence or decision-support capabilities are severely deficient at the same time that it represents an extraordinary …

Reference: Intelligence at the United Nations for Peace Operations

Gustavo Diaz Introduction 1.  The problem of the concept “Intelligence” within the UN terminology’ 2.  The concept of secret in the UN 3.  The necessity of intelligence 4.  Basic Principles in Peacekeeping Operations 5.  The problem of Intelligence sharing 6.  Possible sources of information within the UN Conclusion Source (PDF 17 Pages)

2003 Cammaert (NL) Reflections on Peace Intelligence with the Military Advisor to the Secretary General of the United Nations

The Netherlands, MajGen Patrick Cammaert, Royal Marines IOP ’06.  MajGen Cammaert is recognized for his extraordinarily diplomatic and diligent furtherance of common sense and understanding at the highest levels of United Nations leadership, with respect to both the generic value of the process of intelligence to peacekeeping and conflict avoidance, and the specific value of open …