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    AllegraBrigata at |

    Conosco un tizio che c'ha fatto uno studio e che aveva previsto tutto ciò!!!!
    Anzi no, LO studio!!! L'unico esistente sull'argomento in Italia!!!!

    En.

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    AllegraBrigata at |

    Lo conosco pure io!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :))))
    Queste sono due brevi note biografiche del primo consigliere alla sicurezza nazionale inglese (fonte Wikipedia):
    "Sir Peter Ricketts, KCMG (born September 1952),[1] is the Permanent Under Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, a senior civil servant in the United Kingdom.

    Before Ricketts took over the position on the retirement of Sir Michael Jay in July 2006, he served as the Permanent Representative to NATO in Brussels. He was also previously the Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee, leading him to give evidence to The Iraq Inquiry in November 2009.[2]

    He began his career in the Office in 1974 and served as the Assistant Private Secretary to former Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe. Apart from Brussels, he has been posted to Singapore, Washington D.C. and Paris.

    Peter attended Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield, and Pembroke College, Oxford where he read English Literature."

    f.

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    Silendo at |

    Lo conosco pure io :))
    Bisogna rendere atto a Cameron di aver realizzato immediatamente una cosa che aveva promesso in passato: http://silendo.splinder.com/post/22440414/proposte-di-national-security-council-inglese, http://silendo.splinder.com/post/22057032/la-sicurezza-nazionale-britannica-secondo-il-partito-conservatore.

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    Silendo at |

    "Since the September 11 attacks, the need for the proper co-ordination of our efforts overseas – and of our overall security – has been urgent. But, to the shame of the outgoing government, it has been largely ignored. Instead of a concerted and coherent effort to determine the threats to our country, and defend against them, we had a hotchpotch of subcommittees (…).
    The creation of a formal National Security Council, one of the most significant proposals in the Conservative manifesto, is a great step forward. It recognises that the defence of the realm, the safety of its citizens and the wellbeing of its Armed Forces should be at the heart of policy-making.
    In terms of the subject matter to be debated, the Security Council must keep its focus at a strategic level; while routinely reviewing operational plans, it should avoid indulging in tactical detail, which is the proper domain of others.
    In particular, it will have an important role to play in setting out the context of – and issuing overall guidance on – the next Security and Defence Review. This exercise must broadly assess not only the threats to Britain’s national security, but also our national ambitions (…)
    So the National Security Council must prioritise, making sure that it identifies the most important projects and operations and gives them its full support, financially and politically."  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/defence/7716556/At-last-Britains-security-has-been-put-first.html

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    Silendo at |
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    Silendo at |

    Allo stato attuale (e se non ho capito male!) sembra che il nuovo NSC preveda due sottocomitati:

    NSC (Threats, Hazards, Resilience and Contingencies)

    Membership

    Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service (Chair) (The Rt Hon David Cameron MP)

    Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council (Deputy Chair) (The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP)

    First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (The Rt Hon William Hague MP)

    Chancellor of the Exchequer (The Rt Hon George Osborne MP)

    Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice (The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke QC MP)

    Secretary of State for the Home Department; and Minister for Women and Equalities (The Rt Hon Theresa May MP)

    Secretary of State for Defence (The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP)

    Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (The Rt Hon Dr Vincent Cable MP)

    Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (The Rt Hon Chris Huhne MP)

    Secretary of State for Health (The Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP)

    Secretary of State for Education (The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP)

    Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

    (The Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP)

    Secretary of State for Transport (The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP )

    Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (The Rt Hon Caroline Spelman MP)

    Secretary of State for International Development, (The Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP)

    Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (The Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP)

    Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport

    (The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP)

    Minister for Security (Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones)

    (Restricted attendance for intelligence and other sensitive security matters to: Prime Minister (Chair), Deputy Prime Minister (Deputy Chair), Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary of State for the Home Department, Secretary of State for Defence.)

    Terms of Reference:

    To consider issues relating to terrorism and other security threats, hazards, resilience and intelligence policy and the performance and resources of the security and intelligence agencies; and report as necessary to the National Security Council.

    Operational Meetings

    When meeting to consider the Government’s response to civil emergencies the Terms of Reference will be as follows:

    To consider, in civil emergencies, plans for the protection of life, the continuity of everyday activity, and the restoration of disrupted services.

    In general the Chair will be taken by the Secretary of State of the Government Department with lead responsibility for the particular issues being considered. Ministers, Departments and organisations, including the Devolved Administrations, will be invited to attend depending on the contingency.

    NSC (Nuclear Deterrence and Security) (restricted attendance)

    Membership:

    Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service (Chair) (The Rt Hon David Cameron MP)

    Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council (Deputy Chair) (The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP)

    First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (The Rt Hon William Hague MP)

    Chancellor of the Exchequer (The Rt Hon George Osborne MP)

    Secretary of State for the Home Department, and Minister for Women and Equalities (The Rt Hon Theresa May MP)

    Secretary of State for Defence (The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP)

    Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (The Rt Hon Chris Huhne MP)

    Terms of Reference:

    To consider issues relating to nuclear deterrence, proliferation and security.

     

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  7. avatar
    Silendo at |

    Come un fulmine a ciel sereno… il consigliere per la sicurezza nazionale, Peter Ricketts, si è dimesso dopo soli due mesi.

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