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THE PENTAGON AS PITCHMAN  

The Department of Defense has not institutionalized public diplomacy-like activities throughout its components, belying both hopes that it would internalize these broader concerns into its everyday activities, and fears that the Departments great scale would overwhelm all other US public ...Read more >

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PERCEPTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE  

Climate dice, describing the chance of unusually warm or cool seasons, have become more and more loaded in the past 30 y, coincident with rapid global warming. The distribution of seasonal mean temperature anomalies has shifted toward higher temperatures and the range of anomalies has ...Read more >

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THE ART OF PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT IN INFORMATION WARFARE TODAY  

According to Alvin Toffler, “The full implications of what we termed ‘Third wave knowledge warfare’ have not yet been digested. The wars of the future will increasingly be prevented, won or lost based on information superiority and dominance. Cyber-war involves everything from strategic deception and perception management down to tactical disruption of an adversary’s information ...Read more >

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PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT IN CONFLICT ZONES  

Brig SK Chatterji is a retired officer of the Indian Army. His views on engagement and influence operations are very salient given the growing security importance of South Asia and the important role that India is now playing in the interest of global security. This article represents an international view of ...Read more >

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MANIPUR : IN NEED OF SERIOUS PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT  

Manipur is one of the most conflict ridden states of North East India. With a land area of approximately 22, 327 square kilometres of which 20,089 square kilometres are covered by the five hill districts of Chandel, Churachandpur, Senapati, Tamenglong and Ukhrul while the remaining area is a small valley covering only 2,238 square kilometres, the state has witnessed armed violence demanding independence from India since the ...Read more >

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PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT FOR INDIAN ARMY  

A Seminar was hosted by CLAWS at the Seminar Hall of CLAWS on 21 February 2012 titled ‘Perception Management of Indian Army’. The seminar was chaired by Maj Gen Dhruv Katoch, SM, VSM(Retired), Additional Director, ...Read more >

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DIVERGENCE, SIMILARITY AND SYMMETRY IN SINO-INDIAN THREAT PERCEPTIONS  

China and India remain loeked in a stagnant embrace when it eomes to the most intraetable of security dilemmas: the Sino-Indian border issue. A closer look at Chinese and Indian stratégie, scientific and académie experts' security perceptions vis-à-vis one another reveals that there is mueh more to the Sino-Indian security dynamic than meets the eye. Chinese and Indian strategic analysts hold divergent interests when evaluating each others military modernization, the former preoccupied with ...Read more >

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CHINESE PERCEPTIONS OF TRADITIONAL AND NONTRADITIONAL SECURITY THREATS  

This monograph attempts to view the world through China’s eyes by examining the writings and opinions of Chinese scholars and Chinese news media.The news media are state-controlled, so it hardly offers an unfettered perspective, but it is the primary source of information for China’s public. The perceptions both projected by and formed as a result of China’s mainstream news media thus provide a good starting place for getting to know the Chinese ...Read more >

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PERCEPTIONS ON SOCIAL NETWORKING : A STUDY ON THEIR OPERATIONAL RELEVANCE FOR THE NAVY  

Since the beginning of civilization, humans formed social networks under communities bound by common interest. Today the ubiquity of the Internet provides ample opportunity for these groups, once limited by geography, to connect easily and expand beyond city and national ...Read more >

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CASAL : ARMY LEADERS PERCEPTIONS OF ARMY LEADERS AND ARMY LEADERSHIP PRACTICES  

The purpose of this note is to highlight the key findings from the CASAL survey and provide feedback directly to the survey ...Read more >

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