Demystifying Intelligence in UN Peace Operations: Toward An Organizational Doctrine

Alexandra Novosseloff
Content Type
Working Paper
Global Peace Operations Review
n a way, the title of our research paper “Demystifying Intelligence in UN Peace Operations: Toward an Organizational Doctrine”, speaks for itself. We all know that the UN secretariat has been walking on eggs with this issue of intelligence for years; doing it without saying it and without realizing it. But with peace operations involved in increasing complex and demanding situations and one senses that this “fog about intelligence” can no longer be sustainable. This report complements other earlier attempts to “demystify” that charged term of intelligence and to define what “intelligence” means in the UN context and its peace operations.
Intelligence, International Cooperation, United Nations, Peace
Political Geography
Global Focus