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Dear H-Diplo Members, I am writing to inform you of the upcoming annual conference of the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS 2000), which will be held in Ottawa, Canada from 28-30 September 2000. The conference will be held at the Chateau Laurier Hotel. The theme for CASIS 2000 will be 'THE FUTURE OF INTELLIGENCE', with panelists from Canada, Great Britain, and the United States. Participants will include such distinguished speakers as Christopher Andrew (Cambridge), Amy Knight (Carleton University), Ernest May (Harvard), and Timothy Naftali (Virginia). For additional information, please contact the conference organizer, Ms. Angela Gendron (email@example.com), or consult the CASIS website (www.sfu.ca/igs/CASIS). On behalf of CASIS, I thank you for your time and look forward to seeing you in Ottawa in September. Sincerely, Wesley K. Wark Department of History, University of Toronto/CASIS President -------------------------------------------------------------- ANNUAL CONFERENCE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE STUDIES 28-30 September 2000 Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, Canada THE FUTURE OF INTELLIGENCE Programme Thursday, 28 September 1200h - 1330h CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 1330h - 1400h Conference Welcome CASIS President's Welcome Welcome by Margaret Purdy (Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet and Coordinator of Security and Intelligence, Privy Council Office, Canada) 1400h - 1530h PANEL 1: THE FUTURE OF INTELLIGENCE - NEW INTERPRETATIONS Chair: Reg Whitaker, York University (Canada) Speakers: Greg Treverton, The Rand Corporation (USA) Bruce Berkowitz (USA) 1530h - 1600h COFFEE 1600h - 1730h PANEL 2: USING INTELLIGENCE WISELY Chair: Martin Rudner, The Norman Patterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa (Canada) Speakers: Timothy Naftali, Miller Centre, University of Virginia (USA) 'Leaders and Intelligence' Mel Goodman, International Relations Department, National War College (USA) 'Covert Operations' Michael Herman (UK) 'Intelligence and Ethical Foreign Policy' 1800h - 2100h RECEPTION AND DINNER Speaker: Ernest May, Harvard University (USA) 'Intelligence Analysis, Past and Future' Friday, 29 September 0800h - 0900h Conference Registration (cont'd) 0900h - 1030h PANEL 3A: CYBER FUTURES Speakers: Nicholas Cullather, Indiana University (USA) 'Battlespace: Controlling Knowledge in Wars of the Future' Ron Deibert, University of Toronto (Canada) 'Deep Probe: The Evolution of Network Intelligence' Allan Kagedan, Privy Council Office (Canada) 'Intelligence Assessment and the Challenges of the Cyber Age' 0900h - 1030h PANEL 3B: SECURITY FUTURES Speakers: Mike Dartnell, York University (Canada) 'Protest and Insurgency on the Net' TBA 1030h - 1100h COFFEE 1100h - 1230h PANEL 4: THE NEW CRAFT OF INTELLIGENCE Speakers: Greg Fyffe, Executive Director, Intelligence Assessment Secretariat, Privy Council Office (Canada) 'Global Issues' Andrew Rathmell, King's College, University of London (UK) 'Privatising Intelligence' Robert David Steele, CEO, OSS Inc. (USA) 'Open Sources, Smart Nations and Global Intelligence' 1230h - 1400h LUNCH THE JOHN TAIT MEMORIAL LECTURE Introduction: Ian Glen, Chief, Communications Security Establishment (Canada) Speaker: Christopher Andrew, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (UK) 'The Mitrokhin Archive' 1400h - 1530h PANEL 5: THE MEDIA AND THE FUTURE Chair and Discussant: Joe Scanlon, Carleton University, School of Journalism (Canada) Speakers: Stewart Bell, The National Post (Canada) Jim Bronskill, Southam News (Canada) Jim Littleton, CBC, Director of Journalistic Standards and Practices (Canada) Andrew Mitrovica, The Globe and Mail (Canada) 1530h - 1600h COFFEE 1600h - 1730h PANEL 6A: THE FUTURE OF THE 'INTS': HUMINT and SIGINT Chair: MGen Bill Hewson (ret'd), Communications Security Establishment (Canada) Speakers: Fred Hitz, Princeton University (USA) 'The Future of HUMINT' Al Hensler (Canada) 'The Future of Canadian HUMINT' Matthew Aid, Kroll Associates, Washington DC (USA) 'The NSA in the 21st Century' 1600h - 1730h PANEL 6B: THE FUTURE OF MILITARY INTELLIGENCE Speakers: Commander Darren Knight 'The Future of Military Intelligence' David Charters, Centre for Conflict Studies, University of New Brunswick (Canada) 'Virtual War, Virtual Intelligence' Tiit Romet, Ibis Research (Canada) 'Scientific and Technical Intelligence: Future Challenges in the Public and Private Sector' FREE EVENING Saturday, 30 September 0900h - 1030h PANEL 7: FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN EUROPE, RUSSIA, and WESTERN EUROPE Chair: John Hannigan, Intelligence Assessment Secretariat, Privy Council Office (Canada) Speakers: Amy Knight, Carleton University (Canada) J. Michael Waller, American Foreign Policy Council, Washington DC (USA) Peter Jones, Intelligence Assessment Secretariat, Privy Council Office (Canada) 1030h - 1045h COFFEE 1045h - 1200h PANEL 8: CONFERENCE ROUND-UP: 'The Future in a Canadian Mirror' Chair: TBA Panelists: Reg Whitaker, York University (Canada) Tony Campbell, former Executive Director, Intelligence Assessment Secretariat, Privy Council Office (Canada) George Kolisnek, J-2 Department of National Defence (Canada) Discussion: Members of the audience 1200h CONFERENCE CLOSE 1230h - 1400h CASIS AGM and WORKING LUNCH 1400h - 1600h AFTERNOON EXCURSION (Optional) FREE EVENING The CASIS 2000 Conference is jointly sponsored by the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies and the Centre for Security and Defence Studies at The Norman Patterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University. Major funding from departments and agencies of the Government of Canada to assist in mounting this conference is gratefully acknowledged. -------- CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM CASIS 2000: 28th - 30th September Venue: Chteau Laurier, Ottawa, Canada 'The Future of Intelligence' Name. Title. Organisation. Address.... City.. Province/State Postal Code. Telephone Fax.. Email. Registration fees: $100 for CASIS members; $130 for non-members; $50 for students. The fee includes dinner on Thursday and lunch on Friday. Please send this form, together with your cheque made payable to 'CASIS' (in Canadian dollars), to: Angela Gendron, CASIS Administrator 23 Sandhurst Court Ottawa, ON K1V 9W9 Confirmation of your registration will be sent by Email only, so please be sure to include your Email address. Hotel Accommodation: The official conference hotel is the Chteau Laurier, for which we have been able to obtain a discount. If you wish to make a booking there, you can use the form attached or contact the hotel Reservations Department (1-613-241-1414); Canadian Pacific Global Reservations Centre (1-800-441-1414) or Email firstname.lastname@example.org You should cite code PRCDA Please note that because of heavy demand for hotel space in Ottawa in late September, you are advised to arrange your accommodation promptly. Contact the CASIS administrator (email@example.com) if you have difficulties. If you do not want to register for this event but wish to remain on the mailing list for future events/publications or update your address details, please use the form above, mark 'UPDATE' at the top, and mail to the administrator. Thank you.