Intelligence Sharing, Transnational Organized Crime and Multinational Peacekeeping

  • Diane E. Chido

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
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  4. Back Matter
    Pages 81-98

About this book


This book describes the problems of intelligence sharing among peacekeeping partners, mainly due to security concerns and a lack of policies and resources. The study posits that the current emphasis on violent extremism as a driver of conflict is misplaced, as TOC is a more pervasive cause, creating and exacerbating instability to increase its markets and capabilities and is an essential funding stream for violent extremists. The book identifies approaches to future missions emphasizing training and resourcing for analysts in the field.


​Diane E. Chido is Intelligence Advisor to the U.S. Army's Peace Keeping and Stability Operations Institute.


Fighting Transnational Organized Crime negative effects of TOC on peacekeeping efforts United Nations mandates transnational organized crime mitigation applied intelligence analysis

Authors and affiliations

  • Diane E. Chido
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  1. 1.U.S. Army Peace Keeping and Stability Operations InstituteCarlisleUSA

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