NATO OSINT to OSE/M4IS2 Round-Up 2.0

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SHORT-CUT: http://tinyurl.com/NATO-OSE

PDF (2 Pages):  NATO WATCH Challenges and Solutions 4.0

DOC (6 Pages):  2013 Open Source Agency 2.1

2013 Robert Steele in NATO Watch — NATO 4.0 Challenges AND Solutions

2013 Robert Steele Reflections on NATO 4.0 — Key Challenges AND Solutions [Written for NATO ACT Innovation Hub]

2013 Robert Steele Foreword to NATO Book on Public Intelligence for Public Health

2013 Robert Steele Reflections on [Search:] non+traditional+threat 1.2

2013 Robert Steele Reflections on Alternative Command & Control (AltC2) — Five Questions and a Game Plan 1.1 [Written for NATO ACT Innovation Hub]

2013 Robert Steele — Alternative Command & Control and Four Transformation Forcing Concepts [Written for NATO ACT Innovation Hub]

2012  TED: James Stavridis: How NATO’s Supreme Commander thinks about global security

2012  BGen James Cox, CA (Ret) On the Record on Open Source Information versus Open Source Intelligence versus Secret Intelligence

2012  David Isenberg: NATO Connects with Open Source Everything Meme

2012  Conference of NATO Military Intelligence Committee takes place in Dubrovnik (focus on civil-military intelligence sharing)

2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Concepts & Doctrine? Implications for Human & Open Source Intelligence 2.0 [Written for NATO ACT Innovation Hub]

2012 Robert Steele: The Human Factor & The Human Environment: Contextual Trust for Sources & Methods [Written for NATO ACT Innovation Hub]

References: NATO Transformation Process Documents — and Gaps + Peace from Above RECAP

See Also:

Qwant Search / NATO Transformation

Qwant Media / NATO Transformation

Relevant Background:

2012 Robert Steele: Reflections on United Nations Intelligence & Counterintelligence

2012 Robert Steele: Practical Reflections on UN Intelligence + UN RECAP

2012  Robert Steele: The Craft of Intelligence – OLD vs. NEW

2011 Open Source Agency: Executive Access Point 2.0

2008 Open Source Intelligence (Strategic) 2.0

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

2000 REF James Cox (CA) Reflections of the former NATO Deputy N-2

2000-2002 NATO OSINT Handbooks

2000  ONE WORLD, READY OR NOT: From National Capabilities to Global Coverage Through a Virtual Intelligence Community Coordinated by NATO/PfP (NATO, 2000)

1997 REF Patrick Tyrrell (UK) Proposals for the Development of an Open Source Programme to Support NATO and PfP Activities

1997  ART Eileen Mackrell Combined forces support: The evolution in military (intelligence) affairs, NATO Review #6 Vol 45 pp 20-22

AAINTELLIGENCIA March 2013 — Lead Article On Healing the Americas with an Open Source Agency

General Philip M. Breedlove, New NATO Commander – Moral Fiber and Trust a Factor in His Selection

Graphic: Multinational Decision-Support Centre Concept of Operations

Graphic: Multinational Regional Intelligence-Operations Support Centre (Station)

Graphic: NATO Wild Card – 1st of 3 Multinational Decision-Support Centres?

Marcus Aurelius: US SOF Seeks Global SOF Network Including Regional Multinational Op-Intel Centers — What Regional Commands SHOULD Have Created

Mini-Me: NATO Admiral Says the Future of Global Security is Strategic Communication — Robert Steele Corrects + META-RECAP

Open Everything – Interview with Robert David STEELE Vivas   Privacy PC, April 2-5, 2013

References: NATO Transformation Process Documents — and Gaps + Peace from Above RECAP

Review: Internet-Based Intelligence in Public Health Emergencies – Early Detection and Response in Disease Outbreak Crises

Review: No More Secrets – Open Source Information and the Reshaping of U.S. Intelligence

Review: Open Source Intelligence in a Networked World

Robert Steele Discusses Open Source and Secret Intelligence HighGainBlog, 4 April 2013

Search: M4IS2 [as of 20121013]

Search: nato osint course + NATO OSINT RECAP

Search: osint [as of 21 Oct 2012]

Search: Multinational Engagement (Intelligence)

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

See Also:

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2013  Robert Steele, “The Evolving New Craft of Intelligence,” R.Dover, M. Goodman, and C. Hillebrand (eds.). Routledge Companion to Intelligence Studies (Routledge, February 2013)

2013 Robert Steele: Concise Summary of Three Paths to a Prosperous World at Peace

2013 Intelligence Future — The Third Era of Local to Global Intelligence Robert Steele Overview & Workshop 2.7

2013 Robert Steele: $500 Million to Resettle 1 Million on a Moonscape with Sun, Dirt, & Salt Water….Exploring the Practical Edge of Intelligence with Integrity — Call for Substantive Ideas 2.0 Habitat Cost Sheet Posted

2013 Robert Steele Answers to MA Student in UK — OSINT and Terrorism 2.0

1976-2013: Analytic, Methodological, & Technical Models

2013 Sanando a las Américas con una Agencia de Fuente Abierta

2013 Healing the Americas with an Open Source Agency

2013 Public Governance in the 21st Century: New Rules, Hybrid Forms, One Constant – The Public

2013 Robert Steele Answers to MA Student in UK — OSINT and Terrorism 2.0

2013 Robert Steele: Reflections on Reform 2.2 Numbers for 30% DoD Cut over 2-4 Years

2012 Robert Steele: Reflections on the US Military — Redirection Essential — and a Prerequisite to Creating a 450-Ship Navy, a Long-Haul Air Force, and an Air-Liftable Army + Sanity RECAP

2012  THE OPEN SOURCE EVERYTHING MANIFESTO: Transparency, Truth & Trust (Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books Evolver Editions, 2012

2012 Robert Steele: Addressing the Seven Sins of Foreign Policy — Why Defense, Not State, Is the Linch Pin for Global Engagement

2012 Robert Steele: Practical Reflections on UN Intelligence + UN RECAP

2012 Integrity, Reflexivity, & Open Everything

2011 Thinking About Revolution in the USA and Elsewhere (Full Text Online for Google Translate)

2011 Open Source Agency: Executive Access Point

2010 M4IS2 Briefing for South America — 2010 M4IS2 Presentacion por Sur America (ANEPE Chile)

2010 Peace from Above: The Future of Intelligence & Air Power

2010 The Ultimate Hack Re-Inventing Intelligence to Re-Engineer Earth (Chapter for Counter-Terrorism Book Out of Denmark)

2010  INTELLIGENCE for EARTH: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity, & Sustainability (Oakton, VA: Earth Intelligence Network, 2010)

2010: Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Trilogy Updated

2009 DoD OSINT Leadership and Staff Briefings

2008 Open Source Intelligence (Strategic) 2.0

2008 BRF DIA NDIC Multinational Intelligence Fellows

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

2006 REF GordonYekelo (ZA) Continental Early Warning & Information Sharing: A Military Perspective on Deterring & Resolving Complex Emergencies

2006 REF Boyd Sutton (US) Global Coverage, Looking Backward, Looking Forward

2006 REF Arno Reuser (NL) on Virtual Open Source Agency

2006 REF Joe Markowitz (US) Open Source Information and US Transitions to and from Hostilities (Defense Science Board Report, December 2004), in Relation to Information-Sharing with non-DoD and Froeign Parties

2006 HBK Carole Dumaine Global Futures Partnership “Are You Ready”

2006 DOC IJIC 19/3 Peacekeeping Intelligence & Information Peacekeeping

2006 BRF 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

2004 BRF NEW RULES for the New Craft of Intelligence

2004  High-Level Panel, A More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility (New York, NY: United Nations, 2004)

2004 REF Paul van Tongeren (NL) A Need for a Global Alliance for Human Security

2003 IJIC 16/1 Alessandro Politi “The Citizen as ‘Intelligence Minuteman’”

2003 REF Greg Fyffe (CA) Intelligence Sharing and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

2003 HBK Brahimi (AF) Report Extracts from the Executive Summary and Links to the Full Report of the United Nations (UN) Panel on Peace Operations

2003 DOC Peacekeeping Intelligence Leadership Digest

2003 DOC Information Peacekeeping & The Future of Intelligence: The United Nations, Smart Mobs, and the Seven Tribes

2002 REF Berto Jongman (NL) World Conflict & Human Rights Map 2001/2002

2002 REF Alessandro Politi (IT) The 11th of September and the Future of European Intelligence

2002 REF Monty Marshall (US) Tomorrow’s Global Hotspots: Global Systems Analysis–What Can Open Information Contributute to Conflict Managements and the Avoidance of Future Catastrophe?

2002 DOC New Rules for the New Craft of Intelligence (Book 2 Chapter 15)

2002 REF Carol Dumaine (US) Global Futures Partnership–Vision of Lasting Value

2002 REF Dan Henk (US) Respecting the Cultural Dimension: Intelligence and Africa

2000 REF Frans Mulschlegel (EU) EUROPOL’s Open Sources & Documentation Unit

2000 REF Frank Asbeck (DE) Western European Union (WEU) Satellite Centre

2000 REF David Charters (CA) OSINT for Peace Support Operations: Perspectives from UN Operations

2000 REF Alessandro Politi (IT) The Birth of OSINT in Italy

1999 REF Frank Storbeck (EU) EUROPOL Chief, Open Source Intelligence: A Foundation for Regional Cooperation in Fighting Crime and Establishing a Regional Intelligence Community

1999 REF Anon (Dutch Intelligence Chief) Open Source Intelligence: the Lingua Franca or Common Language for Regional Intelligence Co-Ordination and Information Sharing

1999 REF Philippe Lejeune (BE) Open Source Intelligence: The INTERPOL Experience

1999 REF Peter Fuchs (CH) International Committee of the Red Cross (IHRC) Protocols for Information Acqusition, Exploitation, and Sharing

1998 REF Linda Mti (ZA) Open Source Intelligence, the African Renaissance, and Sustainable Development: the Emerging National Intelligence Model for South Africa

1998 REF David Fry (UK) Open Sources and Law Enforcement–Learning Curves and Pain Barriers within Scotland Yard (Metropolitan Police of London)

1998 REF Danielle Cailloux (BE) Belgian Intelligence Oversight and Strategic Opportunities for Change

1997 REF Maurice Botbol (FR) The Open Source Revolution: Early Failures and Future Prospects

1997 REF Gottfried Mayer-Kress (GE) The World Brain

1994 REF Peter Fuchs (CH) The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Approach to Handling Information in Humanitarian Operations within Armed Conflicts

1993 REF Jan Leijonhelm (SE) Critical Role of Open Sources and Products in Economic Intelligence Cooperation Between Government and Industry

21st Century Public Intelligence 3.8

Berto Jongman: Saudi Arabia & Qatar Plans for Salafism/Wahhabism Caliphate Sweeping South in Africa, East into Southern Asia – NATO & US Missing the Non-Military Strategic Implications

Chuck Spinney: Arab Spring Core Value is LEGITIMACY

Graphic: Ethical Evidence-Based Decisions

Graphic: Evaluating Intelligence (Decision-Support) – Four Aspects 1.1

Graphic: Integrated Intelligence Product Families

Graphic: OSE M4IS2 Logo & The Game Plan

Graphic: OSINT and Full-Spectrum HUMINT (Updated)

Graphic: OSINT, Missions, & Disciplines

Graphic: OSINT Relevance to High-Level Threats to Humanity

Graphic: OSINT Support to Four Levels of Analysis

Graphic: Requirements Management & Program Development — FIRST Prove Secret Intelligence Fails to Satisfy, THEN Make Case to OMB for a Fractional Transfer of Funding to Your Own Intelligence Program

Graphic: Tony Zinni on 4% “At Best”

Graphic: US Intelligence Six Fundamental Failures Over 25 Years – $1.25 Trillion

Graphic: Whole of Government Management Concept Driven by Open Source Information-Sharing and Sense-Making

Journal: Secret World Still Short on All Languages

Journal: United Nations and Information-Sharing

Michel Bauwens: Open Knowledge Production and Exchange of Local Content in Local Languages

NIGHTWATCH: General Flynn’s First Big Decision – Warning is Back at DIA – With Three Specific Suggestions from Robert Steele

Noted: NATO Supreme Commander Calls for Open Source Security

Parag Khanna and Frank Jacobs: The New World – More Small Nations, New Economic Zones, High-Speed Rail, Singapore to Vladivostok to London — While the Americas Decline

Review: Homeland Earth

Review: Too Big to Know – Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room Is the Room

Rob Dover: Intelligence Failures in Syria & Algeria — Is Open Source Everything an Alternative? Steele Comments

Search (3): Analytic Models, 10 Threats, Threat Support to Acquisition

Search: integrity [as of 5 Oct 2012]

Search: • most but not all of the information needed for strategic reflections comes from open source intelligence.

Search: osint [as of 21 Oct 2012]

Search: solutions for prosperous world UPDATED to include readings & contact info

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