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Strategic Communication
ISAF THEATRE STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY  

Winning in Afghanistan is building Afghan capacity, competence and credibility to an end state of adequate security, stability and popular support for GIRoA. ISAF is committed to a comprehensive approach to winning through improving security, supporting the extension of Afghan governance, and supporting the social and economic development of Afghanistan. 3. Winning will not be achieved by defeating the ...Read more >

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TOWARD STRATEGIC COMMINICATION  

Communicating strategically during a war on global terrorism should be an urgent part of the mission of every arm of the U.S. Government. Explaining our governmentís actions and policies to the peoples of the world must be a top ...Read more >

10 Pages
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TASK FORCE ON STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

A report of the Defence Science ...Read more >

13 Pages
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STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION PLANS TO WIN THE HEARTS AND MINDS  

Like many Americans, the author finds it hard to understand why there are extreme elements of the Muslim faith that despise our Nation, the messages we convey, and what it stands for as much as they do. Their perceived inability to welcome and embrace our efforts toward the creation of democratic societies in the Middle East leaves anyone involved frustrated and ...Read more >

31 Pages
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THE MISSING COMPONENT OF U.S. STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS  

In the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, a few prescient political observers began asserting that the United States had found itself thrust into a war that would not only require military action, but also, more importantly, compel the Nation to compete in a so-called war of ...Read more >

5 Pages
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STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION : THE DEFENCE CONTRIBUTION  

The publication, thinking around strategic communication has continued to evolve and some of the ideas initially proposed have been developed and introduced. The 2011 military campaign in libya offers an early example of different government departments collaborating to integrate words and actions in support of overall government ...Read more >

67 Pages
1.05 MB
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS PLANNING  

Is there such a thing as an ideal communications plan template? What would it look like?. I've spent most of the last 10 years surrounded by communications and marketing plans. I studied them at university, proposing reasoned solutions (at least in my mind) to other peoples' ...Read more >

35 Pages
1.17 MB
IN SEARCH OF THE ART AND SCIENCE OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

Strategic communication in the Department of Defense clearly has moved forward under the tutelage of Secretary Robert ...Read more >

12 Pages
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THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF DEFENCE STUDIES STRATEGY HANDBOOK  

The study of strategy represents the heart and soul of the Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS). Consistent with our mission, our prime role here is to develop strategic thinkers and leaders who can apply the principles of strategy making adeptly in today challenging multinational and multi agency arenas. The College focuses unequivocally on the making of strategy at its highest plane at the level of government, both nationally and internationally within the context of security. This is the ...Read more >

58 Pages
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COMMANDERS HANDBOOK FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGY  

This handbook is a pre-doctrinal document on Strategic Communication (SC) and the development of communication strategy at all levels of command. It provides fundamental principles, techniques and procedures that are evolving in the joint community and moving toward incorporation into joint publications. This handbook serves as a bridge between current practices in the field and the migration into doctrine. As such, the intent is to inform SC proponents, practitioners, doctrine writers, ...Read more >

232 Pages
3.40 MB
COMMUNICATING WITH INTENT : DOD AND STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

The main methodology used for this paper was personal interviews with people either engaged in DoDís development of strategic communication processes, or able to give perspective from another part of the US government. The paper also relies heavily on published information from the academic and open press ...Read more >

92 Pages
1.25 MB
PROGAM ON INFORMAION RESOURCES POLICY  

This paper does not prescribe tactics to win tomorrows battles for the hearts and minds in the Global War on Terror. Instead, it explains the need for a more vigorous and operational approach to communication and public information and concomitantly, the pressing need to better organize, train and equip our strategic communication professionals to more effectively advance this capability for long-term, strategic positive effects. I purposely focused this paper on the public communication ...Read more >

76 Pages
2.50 MB
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION : A PRIMER  

This paper attempts to address a perceived gap in UK defence thinking which currently has little documentation, on the emerging and cross governmental art of Strategic Communication. After defining the term this paper attempts to locate its utility within the defence community, considering its relationship with Media and Information ...Read more >

34 Pages
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WHITHER STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

This paper reviews contemporary thinking regarding the advancement of strategic communication, cataloging recent recommendations and identifying common themes and the frequency with which they are endorsed. ...Read more >

34 Pages
261.25 KB
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