OIC stands for the possibility of major breakthroughs in the pursuit of international cooperation for security, humanitarian and environmental challenges.
We are committed to supporting foreign policymakers, negotiators and security strategists worldwide in attaining unprecedented cooperation.
The most important obstacle in every international security and humanitarian challenge is the inability to accurately identify all the critical issues undermining the effectiveness of policies, negotiations and strategies. This shortcoming is the result of insufficient levels of conscious awareness which to one degree or another we are all subject to.
When foreign policymakers and other officials are struggling to resolve their challenges, their insufficient levels of conscious awareness results in [a] vital information bypassed, [b] objectivity diminished, [c] the actions of adversaries or allies are assessed in counter-productive terms, [d] the validity of positive and alternative views are bypassed and [e] negotiations repeatedly fail.
Our OIC Foreign Relations Breakthrough Project is a global commitment to advocate that important officials in several governments utilize ontology based group programs. They have been used mostly in the private sector for 45 years. They have an extraordinary track record of consistent success. They can make it possible for officials to produce unprecedented major breakthrough results.
They expand conscious awareness dramatically. This makes it possible for program participants to accurately identify where their efforts are off track, where they have undermined their conflict assessments, why their policies and negotiations fail and all other issues which preclude successful results.
Failures in foreign relations means that millions of people die and are injured needlessly. It means that national, regional or global security are compromised. Failures in relating and problem solving with leaders of certain nuclear armed states could bring about a global catastrophe. Since terrorists are pursuing various types of WMDs, failures in effectively preventing or resolving the challenge of terrorism could also bring about a global catastrophe.
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