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5th International Conference on the Ethics of National Security Intelligence
Thursday, March 11, 2010 - Friday, March 12, 2010
Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center
3800 Reservoir Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007

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Registration Rate: $450.00
Registration includes breakfast and lunch on both days, and refreshments during breaks.
Publishers will be previewing and selling the latest books on ethics, intelligence and national security.

- Tentative Schedule -

Keynote Speakers

Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize Recipient - 1997

John Inglis, Deputy Director, National Security Agency [unconfirmed]

Thursday, March 11, 2010

0700 -                                   Registration
0715 - 0840                          Breakfast
0840 - 0900                          Introduction, General Announcements
James Stroble and Christopher Vallandingham
0900 - 0945                          Plenary Session     
Jody Williams, [Topic to be determined]                    
0945 - 1000                        Break
1000 - 1050                         Concurrent Sessions
1.  George Lucas, “Military Anthropology and the Ethics of Espionage"
2.  Jill Hernandez, "A Case for Constraints: Deontic Moral Checks on the Unrestricted Right of Intelligence Gathering"
1100 - 1150                         Concurrent Sessions   
1.  Angela Gorta, “Identifying and Managing Corruption and Other Misconduct Risks in Counter-terrorism Policing: Case Study of New South Wales Police Counter- Terrorist Coordination Command"
2.  Kevin Macnish, "The Ethics of Surveillance"
 1200 - 1300                         Lunch
 1300 - 1350                         Concurrent Sessions
1.  David Gray & Michelle Darnell.  "A Case Study: A Course of 'Ethics and Intelligence' with a Multi-Discipline Approach"
2.  Brian Auten, "Justum Speculatum: Evaluating the September 2008 Attorney General's Guidelines for Domestic FBI Operations through the Lenses of Just War, Just Peacemaking, and Just Policing Theory"
1400 – 1450                         Concurrent Sessions
1.  David Black, "The Ethics of Human Intelligence Collection: Ethical Problems and Issues Involved in the Recruitment and Use of Informants and other Kinds of Agents by Foreign Intelligence Services."
2.  Kenneth Farrall, "Suspicious Activity Reporting and the Production of United States Domestic Intelligence"
 1450 - 1500                         Break
 1500 - 1550                         Concurrent Sessions
1.  Juliana Pilon, "Cultural Intelligence for Winning the Peace"
2. Ephraim Kahana and Daphna Sharfman.  "Intelligence and the War Against Terror: The Israeli Experience"
 1600 - 1650                        Concurrent Sessions
1.  Mark Silinsky, "Partners in COIN: Warfighters, Scholars, Analysts"
2.  Luis Moratinos-Munoz, "Challenges of the new Committee for the Oversight of the Kosovo Intelligence Agency (KIA)"
 1700 -                                  Reception

Friday March 12, 2010

0700 -                                   Registration opens
0730 - 0845                         Breakfast
0845 - 0900                         Introduction, General Announcements
0900 – 0950                        Plenary Session 
                                               John C. (Chris) Inglis, “Ethics of Cyber Security & Cyber Warfare”
1000 - 1050                         Concurrent Sessions
1. Gail Harris, "The Ethics of Intelligence Support to Military Operations"
2.  John Lango, "Intelligence about Noncombatants: Ethics of Iintelligence and the Just War Principle of Noncombatant Immunity"
1050 - 1100                        Break
1100 - 1145                        Concurrent Sessions
1. George Selim, "Can a Threat Be Ethically Communicated?"
2. Sarah Conly, "Torture and Intelligence"
1200 - 1330                         Lunch

1330 -1430                          Concurrent Sessions
1.  Christopher Caldwell, "Privatized Information Gathering, Just War, and Morality"
2. Anna Roosevelt, "Human Rights and the CIA: The Case of the Assassination of Patrice Lumumba"
1430 - 1530                         Concurrent Sessions       
1.  James Roper, "Using Private Corporations to Conduct Intelligence Activities for National Security Purposes"
2. Kelly Greenhill, "The Power of Pictures? Evidence from the Case of Abu Ghraib"
1530 - 1545                         Concluding Remarks

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5th International Conference on the Ethics of National Security Intelligence
March 11th - 12th, 2010
Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center
3800 Reservoir Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
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