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Alexandria, Virginia (August 1, 2015) —  WE NOW HAVE A STRATEGY TO DEFEAT ISIS, NO MORE EXCUSES!!! James Sisco, former Marine RECON and naval intelligence officer, delivers a strategy for military planners and politicians to defeat ISIS within 12 months. Recent events in Syria, Turkey, and Iraq support critical elements of this Strategy to Defeat ISIS. Turkey’s military operations, approval to base US forces, NATO meetings in Brussels, President Assad’s plea for military volunteers, battle weary Syrian military forces, Iraq’s advance on Ramadi and the failures of airstrikes and...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 30, 2015) — ENODO’s James Sisco and Dr. Ajit Maan author Conflict Analysis: A Paradigm Shift to a Population-Centric Strategy in The Bridge; an online forum that discusses policy, strategy, national security, and military affairs through Medium. The contemporary situation is one of global chaos with social, economic, and political consequences that are not often realized and underpin a growing cycle of insecurity. The article introduces a paradigm shift for governments, private companies, and militaries to a population-centric approach to address ongoing conflicts across...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 28, 2015) — ENODO’s President,  James Sisco will appear on Rachael Marsden's UNREDACTED, a one-hour syndicated weekly call-in talk program covering issues related to national security, information security, geopolitics, defence, and intelligence. In Episode #36 Sisco and Marsden will discuss security and intelligence related to current and future conflicts. In particular, they will address Syria and ISIS given Sisco's expertise on the region and ongoing conflict. Be sure to tune in over at UNREDACTED! _________________ About ENODO Global ENODO Global is an advisory firm that conducts population-centric...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 23, 2015) — Dr. Ajit Maan, Vice-President for Research and Analysis at ENODO Global, has authored a book titled, Counter-Terrorism: Narrative Strategies. Counter-Terrorism: Narrative Strategies demonstrates the centrality of narrative for counter-terrorism efforts, provides an analysis of the narrative tactics of psychological warfare involved in terrorist recruitment, and demonstrates how strategic narratives can be used to undermine the effectiveness of terrorist recruitment. For additional information about the article and to read reviews, click here. _________________ About ENODO Global ENODO Global is an advisory firm that conducts population-centric risk...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 20, 2015) — The Indian Defense Review published an article, Maoist Insurgency: A Strategy to Erode Popular Support authored by ENODO’s Aswin Subanthore and James Sisco. The ongoing conflict between the Indian Government and Maoist insurgents has the potential to dismantle India’s economic and political stability. The government’s confrontational strategy applied by its security forces to defeat the Maoist insurgents will not succeed and will only increase existing fear narratives and social tensions. ENODO Global’s analysis explores India’s unique feudal, post-colonial socioeconomic, and cultural...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 16, 2015) — ENODO Global has completed the Bastar, India Quick Look Report to aid the Indian Government and private sector companies operating in the region. The report delivers a strategy to counter Maoist ideology, propaganda and narratives and erode popular support for the insurgency. The Indian Government and Maoist Insurgents have been locked in a conflict for over five decades that is responsible for the deaths of over 10,000 people. Today, Maoist insurgents have influence in 15 states and control more than 200...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 14, 2015) — Dr. Ajit Maan, Vice-President for Research and Analysis at ENODO Global, has authored an article titled, Narrative: The Critical Component of Counter-Terrorism Strategy that was published today in Small Wars Journal. The shock and awe campaign being waged by ISIS is one we did not predict when we orchestrated our own variety of shock and awe over Bagdad. And while debate about the effectiveness of airstrikes against ISIS continues, those of us focused on the narrative battle are pretty much in...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 13, 2015) — In the July edition of the Oil and Gas Financial Journal, ENODO's President Mr. James Sisco discusses why executives need to recognize the fiscal consequences of community conflict in an article titled Investing Socially to Save Money. "It may seem counter-intuitive to make investments within the existing complex fiscal and social environment, especially those in social alignment or CSR. However, it is a sound business decision that can save companies money, while safeguarding their investments, reputations and future profits." Read the full...

Alexandria, Virginia (July 1, 2015) — Jim Sisco, President of ENODO Global, was interviewed for an article "West Africa Risk and Rewards'  that was published in Offshore Engineer's online edition today. In the article, Jim discusses how effective community engagement strategies can mitigate the risks that companies face in dynamic tribal societies. “If you earn the favor of the community in which you operate, you can pretty much safeguard your operations against community conflicts,” he says. “Local communities have the ability to impact every risk, including political, regulatory...

Alexandria, Virginia (June 30, 2015) — ENODO Global has completed a Use Case to improve security for multinationals operating in Colombia. The Use Case delivers a stakeholder analysis and risk-mitigation strategies to safeguard companies' operations from social unrest. The nexus of threats between Colombia’s local indigenous populations, environmental groups, non-government organizations, political activists and criminal networks presents significant challenges for multinational corporations. Compounding these threats are coordinated asymmetric attacks and pressures on multinational companies and other highly visible foreign investors from local, national, regional and international entities....