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Jim Sisco, President of ENODO Global, discusses why the current strategy against ISIS in Syria and Iraq will ultimately not succeed, and then provides recommendations for how to alter the strategy to achieve success and our desired outcomes.  Jim uses the ENODO Global's population-centric approach to explain why ISIS has succeeded to the extent they have thus far and to develop more effective strategies to combat ISIS. “The current strategy to ‘defeat’ ISIS will not work and will eventually evolve into a protracted campaign similar to...

Alexandria, Virginia (October 17, 2014) — ENODO Global, Inc. is pleased to announce that Dr. Montgomery McFate will be joining ENODO’s Advisory Board.  Dr. McFate is a cultural anthropologist and a recognized expert on socio-cultural understanding. Currently, she is the Minerva Chair at the Center for Naval Warfare Studies at the US Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island working on issues related to defense and national security. The majority of her professional experience and academic expertise has focused on the nexus of culture and national security. Dr....

Alexandria, Virginia (October 1, 2014) — ENODO Global, Inc. is delighted to announce that Norman R. Hayes (Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy, retired) has joined ENODO Global’s Advisory Board. Admiral Hayes’ strategic guidance, analytical acumen and worldwide expertise will provide invaluable insights and knowledge to ENODO’s leadership and Advisory Board. Admiral Hayes held senior positions within the U.S. military and private sector, including: Director of Intelligence, U.S. European Command; Director of Intelligence, Combined Forces Command as part of NATO’s International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan; and Director,...

In case you missed it, here is a link to the clip of Jim Sisco, President of ENODO Global, on Special Report with Bret Baier discussing the unrest in Yemen. Watch the Clip (Starts at 1:35) ...

Jim Sisco, President of ENODO Global details how local populations have the ability to impact political risk, economic risk and even transfer risk. "Security managers within oil and gas and mineral extraction industries are feeling the pinch. They seek solutions to counter an increased number of threats including cyber intrusion and supply chain disruption. "In today’s globally interconnected world, societies are the convergent point for the majority of risks that companies face. For multinational corporations operating in frontier markets, local populations have the ability to impact...

On the sidelines of the Africa Oil and Gas Summit in London, Jim Sisco, president of ENODO Global, was interviewed for Newsbase's article "How to get along: Companies are failing to join up the dots in terms of how they get along with host communities."  Jim discussed how oil and gas companies operating in Africa should be much more aware of the possibilities of unrest from civil society and the politics of investment.  The Newsbase special report, which includes the article, can be purchased from Newsbase...