InterAgency Journal 7-2 (Summer 2016)



InterAgency Journal 7-2 (Summer 2016)

Inside this issue:

Features

Through the Looking Glass: The Reflectionism Theory
of International Relations
by Terron Wharton

The Impact of Worldviews on Training and Education
in Iraq and Afghanistan
by Ted A. Thomas and Seth George

“Out of Sync” – U.S. Africa Command and Recent
Interagency Challenges
by William Denn, J.J. Williams and Devanie Johnson

West Africa: A “Ticking Time Bomb” or an Opportunity to
Advance U.S. National Security Interests?
by Raymond Everhart, John Morris and Mohamadou Amar

Is the United States Ready for a Deadly Airborne
Disease Outbreak?
by Conrad R. Wilmoski and Meghan C. Muller

Ethics Committee Model for Humanitarian Operations Planning
by Philip Ginder

The Ethics of Espionage and Covert Action: The CIA’s Rendition,
Detention and Interrogation Program as a Case Study
by John G. Breen

Worth Noting

GAO reports on human trafficking
Administration releases cybersecurity workforce strategy
GAO reports on progress in CBRN response
State publishes 2016 Trafficking in Persons Report
DoD official speaks on “culture of cybersecurity”
Assessment needed for National Disaster Recovery Framework
Cyber exercise brings together agencies, partners
OPM provides guidance on interagency personnel rotations
Reports examine DoD civilian deployment
Agencies collaborate on Zika vaccine
State, USAID release joint strategy for countering violent extremism
State report on terrorism critical of interagency cooperation
PKSOI publishes case study on conflict, illicit power
Executive Order presents comprehensive approach to atrocity prevention
GAO: DoD should clarify its role during cyber incidents

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