Shared Security in FCNL’s Washington Newsletter Posted on January 28, 2014 by Colin Browne Shared Security is the subject of FCNL’s January / February Washington Newsletter. Read it here ShareEmailTwitterFacebookPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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There is a need to focus on DREAMS that may have a base in practicality, not just on what THREATS are in the world.
The publication is certainly a valuable contribution, but in focusing on a militarized foreign policy it is focusing on a sympton, not a root cause. The root cause is a lack of public intelligence (decision-support) and hence the abdication of the public from its duty to restrain corrupt officials. We now know all we need to know — and have access to all the open source information technology needed — to create a local to global public intelligence, public policy, and public budget consensus and oversight system. I would be glad to expand on this observation if invited to do so. Learn more at Phi Beta Iota the Public Intelligence Blog.