Only 44 pages from start to finish (including endnotes and a comprehensive list of suggested additional readings), this guidebook is filled with practical advice, concise case studies and quotes from practitioners about the risks and rewards inherent in negotiating a ceasefire.
What an interesting search, thank you. Here are some links that came up in a broader search that we import to Phi Beta Iota with a tip of the hat to the anonymous searcher.
Cross-Domain Collaboration Takes Center Stage at NATO Network-Enabled Capability (NNEC) Conference (Intelligence and Knowledge Development, March 12, 2010)
IMPLEMENTATION OF NATO EBAO DOCTRINE AND ITS EFFECTS ON OPERATIONAL STAFFS’ STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS by Cristophe MIDAN Strategic Impact (Impact Strategic), issue: 4 / 2009, pages: 3954, on www.ceeol.com.
MCC Northwood Effects Based Approach to the Operational Planning Process, CDR J.L. Geiger, USN N521 (Bottom line: Knowledge Development is OSINT outside of the IC combined with rotten and thin secret intelligence from Member states).
Cody Burke, Freeing knowledge, telling secrets: Open source intelligence and development (Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies, CEWCES Research Papers, Bond University, 2007)
This is a virtual handbook, an online compilation of a new broader concept, democide, that encompasses genocide but focuses on what be called “death by power” or “killed because they could” at the hands of authoritarian regimes. The term does not include those killed by the USA or other countries engaged in foreign wars in which civilians are “collateral damage,” in the case of the Global War on Terror, along the lines of 10 to 1 by the USA and 100 to 1 by those who plant bombs to terrorize publics (some of the bombs appear to be planted by Blackwater and their like, sponsored by the Joint Special Operations Group (JSOC) and/or the Centeral Intelligence Agency (CIA) to justify further militarization of a given conflict. The US secret world can no longer be trusted to act in the public interest, nor to be effective in support of legitimate campaign needs such as those of our commanders in Afghanistan.
On genocide, see Dr. Greg Stanton’s Genocide Watch.
Handbook: Guide to Rebuilding Public Sector Services in Stability Operations–A Role for the Military
Phi Beta Iota: The US Intelligence Community (both civilian and military) still has not accepted the fact that 60% of its effort should be focused on Global Coverage (e.g. the Third World and the non-military high-level threats to humanity) and on relevant information and tailored intelligence necessary to support Stabilization & Reconstruction Operations as well as what General Al Gray, USMC (Ret), then Commandant of the Marine Corps, called “peaceful preventive measures.” See also:
Confrontation or Collaboration? Congress and the Intelligence Community
Authors: Eric Rosenbach, Executive Director for Research, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Aki J. Peritz
Click any of the links below to read and download the individual memos online.
You can download the complete report containing all the memos at the bottom of this page.
Below is the Annotated Bibliography that completed ELECTION 2008: Lipstick on the Pig. It was designed to be a “handbook” of sorts on Reality. We like to paraphrase Trotsky, with a tip of the hat to Alvin Toffler who quoted him in War and Anti-War: Survival at the Dawn of the 21st Century:
“You may not be interested in reality, but reality is interested in you.”
Trotsky was referring to war. For the Public Intelligence Blog, reality is war, and our worst enemies are domestic in nature, causing self-inflicted wounds vastly more fatal than any foreign armed adversary could produce at any cost. The categories in the graphic below are repeated legibly below the graphic. This Blog superceeds the below bibliography, which only cover about 500 of the 1500+ books that are more easily accessed here within the Blog–as a gift to others, however, the below document can be useful as a starting point. This is all the stuff neither the government nor the media are willing to cover seriously in the public interest.
Anti-Americanism, Blowback, Why the Rest Hates the West. 92
Betrayal of the Public Trust. 93
Biomimicry, Green Chemistry, Ecological Economics, Natural Capitalism.. 98
Blessed Unrest, Dignity, Dissent, & the Tao of Democracy. 99
Capitalism, Globalization, Peak Oil, & “Free” Trade Run Amok. 100
Collective Intelligence, Power of Us, We Are One, & Wealth of We. 102
Culture of Catastrophe, Cheating, Conflict, & Conspiracy. 104
Deception, Facts, Fog, History (Lost), Knowledge, Learning, & Lies. 104
Democracy in Decline. 107
Emerging and Evolving Threats & Challenges. 110
Failed States, Poverty, Wrongful Leadership, and the Sorrows of Empire. 114
Future of Life, State of the Future, Plan B 3.0. 115
Innovation & 21st Century Leadership. 117
Instruments of National Power Hard and Soft. 120
Intelligence, Decision-Support, & Decision-Making. 121
Internet (Good, Bad, & Ugly). 123
Philosophy, Psychology, & Religion from Faith to Fascism.. 124
War, Waste, & Crimes Against Humanity. 129