OIC Foreign Relations Breakthrough Project
Advocating Ontology Based Programs Worldwide
To produce an unprecedented major breakthrough in any complex international challenge requires having the ability to accurately identify all the issues bypassed undermining the efforts made.
Many government problem solvers may be aware of certain obstacles. They may be the most important obstacles to address. They may not be. If they are the most critical issues to concentrate on and the problem is not being resolved, it should be obvious they have not identified what it will take to resolve the obstacles. In some cases the issues believed to be most important, may not be at all.
The bottom line is that in either case, there are critical issues undermining current efforts that are not being identified and thus no effective solution can be formulated.
Even in those very rare cases when a potentially effective policy is formulated, a negotiator who cannot recognize the critical issues undermining their approach can impede or destroy the possibilities.
What is needed the most by foreign policy makers, negotiators and other key officials is to expand their ability to recognize what they have not yet identified. We have talked to certain officials who seemed adamant that they knew all that was needed despite the obvious fact that they were not resolving their challenge. Their usual response focuses on the lack of cooperation from adversaries, allies, politicians, everyone but them.
Breakthroughs are not products of existing knowledge. They are products of information yet to be discovered. To know with accuracy what will produce a breakthrough officials should participate in short and innovative ontology based programs. Their group processes dramatically expand conscious awareness in many ways.
Such programs have an outstanding and consistent track record of success globally within the private sector for forty years. There are no other resources that we know of capable of eliciting the capabilities necessary for officials to produce unprecedented breakthrough results. These are not programs that officials can afford to avoid.
The invention of the light bulb illuminated our cities. Ontology based programs will illuminate the factors necessary to prevent or resolve armed conflicts, terrorism, friction between nuclear armed states and all types of humanitarian challenges.
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J. Robert Oppenheimer