Robert Steele: Peace Intelligence Biography, Graphics, & Selected Works

Robert David Steele

Robert David Steele

Robert David Steele is a champion for Peace Intelligence who has sought since 1988 to redirect the craft of intelligence (decision-support) away from spies and secrecy enabling war and waste, toward open sources and methods favorable to peace and prosperity.

Most recently he has lectured in Denmark and Norway on the need for creating a Nordic Peace Intelligence Centre and network for multinational information-sharing and sense-making that relies primarily but not exclusively on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), the modern domain of which he is the undisputed pioneer. He is the author of all of the major OSINT Handbooks (US Defense Intelligence Agency, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, US Special Operations Forces) and believes the time has come for the Nordics to update and advance the craft of intelligence so as to address the illegal immigrants and other emerging threats that he first forecast from 1989 onwards.

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May 4

Robert Steele: Congressional Research Service Publications on U.S. Defense and U.S. Intelligence

jan and robertCongressional Research Service Publications on U.S. Defense and U.S. Intelligence

Editor In Chief Jan H. Kalvik, Defence and Intelligence Norway together with Mr. David Robert Steele (ex CIA) met in Oslo to discuss establishing a Nordic Intelligence Centre.

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) publishes unclassified informational documents for Members of the US Senate and US House of Representatives. It generally avoids prescriptive or critical commentary, but when it seeks to alert Congress to serious problems, it raises “questions for consideration.”

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May 2

Natural Pandemics, Extreme Warfare – Most Serious Threats Faced by Humanity

Categories: Earth Intelligence
Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Natural Pandemics, Extreme Warfare – Most Serious Threats Faced by Humanity

Oxford’s Global Priorities Project has compiled a list of catastrophes – both natural and self-engineered – that could kill off 10 percent or more of the human population: natural pandemics and extreme conventional warfare are the most important global risks, with artificial intelligence (AI) and natural disasters also posing serious threats.

The likeliest risks include nuclear war and pandemics (both natural and deliberately engineered), followed by disasters stemming from runaway climate change, geoengineering run amok, and disruptions posed by artificial intelligence.

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May 1