This issue of the InterAgency Journal features writings on ethics, leadership, strategic communications, educating, and the world order. – The lead article by Erik Jens provides an insider’s perspective, using historical analysis, on the ethics of interrogation. Another article, authored by William Davis, is an excerpt from the interagency leadership handbook that he and the Simons Center are developing for publication. The article “Train with the Brain in Mind” offers a fascinating examination of the relationships between young adult brain development, operational responsibilities, and current and future operating environments. – An interesting look at how neuroscience education can be a force multiplier. And there’s much more.
The CGSC Foundation’s Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation publishes the InterAgency Journal four times per year.
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