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Strategic Communication
SKYNET : APPLYING ADVANCED CLOUD - BASED BEHAVIOR ANALYTICS  

Collaborative cloud reserch effort between 5 different organizations crossing 3 NSA directorates : ...Read more >

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UPDATING THE STATUTORY FRAMEWORK FOR COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE DIGITAL AGE : ISSUES FOR CONGRESS  By Charles B. Goldfarb

The statutory framework for the communications sector largely was enacted prior to the commercial development and deployment of digital technology, Internet Protocol (IP), broadband networks, and online voice, data, and video ...Read more >

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THE COGNITIVE BATTLEFIELD : A FRAMEWORK FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS  

Over the past ten years, addressing what Strategic Communications is has been a challenge for the military community. It is at times referred to as a process, referred to in the context of the strategic level of war, and referred to in the context of anyone communicating at any ...Read more >

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2013 GLOBAL GO TO THINK THANK INDEX AND ABRIDGED REPORT  By James G

The Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the University of Pennsylvania conducts research on the role policy institutes play in governments and civil societies around the ...Read more >

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U.S. GOVERNMENTAL INFORMATION OPERATIONS AND STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS  By Steve Tatham

Through the prism of operations in Afghanistan, this monograph examines how the U.S. Governments Strategic Communication (SC) and, in particular, the Department of ...Read more >

98 Pages
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THE FUTURE OF DRONES  By WikiStrat

The drone age is coming. It has been estimated that annual spending on them around the world will almost double to $11.4 billion by 2022. This may prove to be an underestimation as the range of applications to which they are put expands rapidly. As is often the ...Read more >

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TACTICAL STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION PLACING INFORMATIONAL EFFECT AT THE CENTRE OF COMMAND  

In October 2006, Brigadier Andrew Mackay was appointed to lead 52 Brigade, British Army, to Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Mackay, with much stabilisation experience from previous conflicts had used his pre-deployment time to read and to research not just the country but also some of the many ideas of how counter-insurgency (COIN) operations may be ...Read more >

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DOD STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION: INTEGRATING FOREIGN AUDIENCE PERCEPTIONS INTO POLICY MAKING, PLANS AND OPERATIONS  

The Department of Defense (DOD) recognizes that everything it does communicates a message, from having soldiers distribute soccer balls in conflict zones to scheduling joint exercises off the coasts of foreign nations. However, DOD officials stated that the department has struggled for several years to strategically align its actions with the messages it intends to communicate to foreign audiences—an effort that is also referred to as strategic ...Read more >

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LAND FORCE C4ISR STRATEGY  

Leveraging the military advantages that the effective integration of information systems (both technological and human) can produce through the creation and exploitation of ...Read more >

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OUT OF THEIR HEADS AND INTO THEIR CONVERSATION : COUNTERING EXTREMIST IDEOLOGY  

Ideology is often ignored or deemed irrelevant to strategic communication because it is an old, possibly leftist, idea that is associated with academic social critique. It is treated as something that lives in the heads of individuals, driving them to radical action. From this point of view the concept is not really practical because by the time someone has adopted an ideology, it is too ...Read more >

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UPDATE TO CONGRESS ON NATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

In 2010, the President laid out a comprehensive national framework for strategic communication including definitions, objective!3, roles, and responsibilities as required by section 1055 of tl1e Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year ...Read more >

9 Pages
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CREATING AN INDEPENDENT INTERNATION STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION ORGANISATION FOR AMERICA  

What foreign publics think matters more than ever, yet America is scrambling for ways to more effectively communicate with them. according to one report, an individual blogger can today reach more people globally than could the BBC or the Voice of America 30 years ...Read more >

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STRATEGIZING STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

As the two-front war in Iraq and Afghanistan continues, Congress is finally beginning to calibrate the nation’s instruments of foreign policy on a new front—the information battle in the War on ...Read more >

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ACO STRATEGICC OMMUNICATIONS  

ACOi s operatinign an eraw heret heg lobalr oleo f informatioann d mediai s criticatl o success.T he alliancem ustj ustifyi tselft o its membersa nd partnersw hileu nderm oreo perationapl ressureth ana t anyt imei n its ...Read more >

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A NEW MILITARY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM  

The United States government and the US military are struggling with strategic communications. To succeed the USG must improve its ability to understand the social context and cultural characteristics of the population, identify target audiences from a population, and engage the target audience through unified action. The Quadrennial Defense Review Roadmap for Strategic Communications and the Department of Defense, Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Strategic Communication both ...Read more >

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