Intelligence Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Establishing a Framework for Multilateralism [open pdf - 8MB]
"The Joint Military Intelligence College created the International Intelligence Fellows Program to strengthen intelligence relationships and enhance cooperation and understanding among senior military and civilian intelligence officials from allied nations. It is our hope that this program will contribute to stronger coalitions and alliances and thus to greater national security. Fellows in the program use case studies, executive exercises and seminar discussions to grapple with issues such as intelligence cooperation and coalition operations, as well as with other challenges we are likely to face into the future. This publication highlights some of the issues and principles that emerged from discussions among the Fellows during a two-week seminar that took place at the College in March 2003."
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International Intelligence Forum 2003. Joint Military Intelligence College, Washington, D.C. March, 2003