Graphic: Language & Knowledge

Citizen-Centered, Languages-Translation
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Tip of the Hat to Berto Jongman

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Neal Rauhauser: Central African Republic Maps

Analysis, Citizen-Centered, Geospatial, Languages-Translation, Tribes, True Cost, United Nations
Neal Rauhauser
Neal Rauhauser

Updated Central African Republic Maps

The Central African Republic’s troubles were obvious to foreign policy watchers a year ago and now conflict has boiled over into outright ethnic cleansing. As a former French colony the best sources on this area are still in French and as a resource poor, land locked area there simply wasn’t much available in February of last year. Now that things have gotten really bad some new maps have emerged.

I would normally provide some sort of unifying commentary for a collection of maps. All I have to offer today is that someone commented on the lack of quality maps for the Central African Republic, and I decided to go digging.

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Graphic: Why War Not Peace?

Africa, Analysis, Balance, Budgets & Funding, Capabilities-Force Structure, Citizen-Centered, Collection, Corruption, Earth Orientation, Education, Geospatial, Graphics, History, ICT-IT, Innovation, Languages-Translation, Leadership-Integrity, Multinational Plus, Policies-Harmonization, Political, Processing, Reform, Resilience, Strategy-Holistic Coherence, Threats, Tribes, True Cost, United Nations
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Graphics (4): Syria Sects, Ethnicity, Languages (2)

Citizen-Centered, Geospatial, Graphics, History, Languages-Translation, Political, Tribes
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Sects

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Ethnicity

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Languages

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Non-Arab Languages

Source: Neal Rauhauser “Syrian Sects & Ethnic Groups

Graphic: First Cut on Human Factors and Technology for UN EU NATO, AU (Africa), CELAC (Americas) and RCEP (Asia) OSE/M4IS2

Advanced Cyber/IO, Africa, Analysis, Autonomous Internet, Balance, Capabilities-Force Structure, Citizen-Centered, Collection, Education, Geospatial, Graphics, ICT-IT, Innovation, Languages-Translation, Leadership-Integrity, Multinational Plus, Policies-Harmonization, Political, Processing, Reform, Resilience, Strategy-Holistic Coherence, Threats, Tribes, True Cost, United Nations
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SLIDE:  Human Factors & Technology at Four Levels 1.1

Continue reading “Graphic: First Cut on Human Factors and Technology for UN EU NATO, AU (Africa), CELAC (Americas) and RCEP (Asia) OSE/M4IS2”

Graphic: IADB Open Source Agency Summary

Analysis, Balance, Budgets & Funding, Capabilities-Force Structure, Citizen-Centered, Collection, Earth Orientation, Education, Geospatial, History, ICT-IT, Innovation, Languages-Translation, Leadership-Integrity, Multinational Plus, Policies-Harmonization, Political, Processing, Reform, Resilience, Strategy-Holistic Coherence, Threats, Tribes, True Cost, United Nations
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Graphic: 21st Century (Cybernetic) Intelligence Process 1.0

Analysis, Balance, Capabilities-Force Structure, Collection, Earth Orientation, Geospatial, ICT-IT, Innovation, Languages-Translation, Multinational Plus, Processing, Reform, Strategy-Holistic Coherence, Threats, Tribes, True Cost
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UPDATED:  21st Century (Cybernetic) Intelligence Process

Figure 6, Chapter 1, INTELLIGENCE with INTEGRITY: Enabling Hybrid Public Governance with Open-Source Decision-Support (Earth Intelligence Network, forthcoming 2013)

“The righter we do the wrong thing, the wronger we become. When we make a mistake doing the wrong thing and correct it, we become wronger. When we make a mistake doing the right thing and correct it, we become righter. Therefore, it is better to do the right thing wrong than the wrong thing right. This is very significant because almost every problem confronting our society is a result of the fact that our public policy makers are doing the wrong things and are trying to do them righter.” (Ackoff 2004)

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Graphic: 21st Century (Cybernetic) Intelligence Process 2.0

Reference: Russell Ackoff on Doing Right Things Righter

Graphic: UN 11 UN-Centric Extended Circles of Information Sharing and Sense-Making

Analysis, Balance, Capabilities-Force Structure, Earth Orientation, Graphics, History, ICT-IT, Languages-Translation, Leadership-Integrity, Multinational Plus, Policies-Harmonization, Political, Processing, Reform, Resilience, Strategy-Holistic Coherence, Tribes, United Nations
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Graphic: Four World-Brain Web Sites in University of the 21st Century Context

Analysis, Balance, Budgets & Funding, Capabilities-Force Structure, Citizen-Centered, Earth Orientation, Education, Geospatial, Graphics, History, ICT-IT, Innovation, Languages-Translation, Leadership-Integrity, Multinational Plus, Policies-Harmonization, Political, Processing, Reform, Resilience, Strategy-Holistic Coherence, Threats, Tribes, True Cost
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Source: 2012 Strategic Thinking on Future of GW