OIC Foreign Relations Breakthrough Project
If foreign policymakers, negotiators and other related officials could accurately identify exactly what it would take to completely resolve the challenges they face, we would have a world drifting towards peace and cooperation versus one drifting towards an unparalleled catastrophe as Einstein put it.
Ontology based programs dramatically expand conscious awareness. This makes it possible for policymakers, negotiators, security strategists and others to recognize critically important issues continually bypassed that undermine their ability to produce major breakthrough results. Many of the security, humanitarian and other serious challenges currently thought to be overwhelmingly difficult, can be effectively diminished and resolved.
People need to realize that serious challenges only remain serious because the problem solvers have not been able to recognize what is needed to produce effective solutions. This is why ontology based programs are absolutely necessary. Program participants become highly capable of identifying the factors necessary to produce the results needed.
The programs are distinct from all other types of programs in the following ways: [a] they do not present ways to solve problems. [b] They are not “how to do it” programs. [c] There are no formulas, principles or techniques to adopt and use. The processes provide the participant with expanded conscious awareness and breakthrough problem solving capabilities.
The programs are based on the fact that ranking officials already have the training and experience necessary to resolve difficult problems. And, with a far broader scope of conscious awareness they will be able formulate, negotiate and implement successful policies.
A few of the programs focus on communication. There are many levels of communication available to participants that most people do not realize. Attaining new dimensions of communication makes it possible to effectively influence the most uncooperative adversaries. Common communication capabilities generally produce failed negotiations.
In a direct discussion a program expert can give immediate feedback to distinguish any missperceptions which are common to those initially exploring ontology based programs. At the same time they cover all aspects of the programs that an official would need to know. Ex. [a] the benefits, [b] how the programs relate to the official’s challenges, [c] how the programs are executed, [d] the function of various types of ontology based programs, [e] past engagements, etc.
J. Robert Oppenheimer