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Defence Strategic Communications

Number 3, 2017

  • 32
    Putting the Strategy back into Strategic Communications
    Authors: David Betz, Vaughan Phillips
    Number of views: 115
  • 34
    Overwriting the City: Graffiti, Communication, and Urban Contestation in Athens
    Authors: Anna Marazuela Kim with Tara Flores
    Number of views: 129
  • 34
    Japanese Strategic Communication: Its Significance as a Political Tool
    Authors: Chiyuki Aoi
    Number of views: 145
  • 34
    Strategic Communications, Boko Haram, and Counter-Insurgency
    Authors: Abdullahi Tasiu Abubakar
    Number of views: 97
  • 38
    ‘You Can Count On Us’: When Malian Diplomacy Stratcommed Uncle Sam
    Authors: Pablo de Orellana
    Number of views: 104

Number 2, 2017

  • 24
    Putin, Xi, and Hitler—propaganda and the paternity of pseudo democracy
    Authors: Nicholas O’Shaughnessy
    Number of views: 148
  • 25
    The significance and limitations of empathy in strategic communications
    Authors: Claire Yorke
    Number of views: 117
  • 26
    ‘Hacking’ into the West: Russia’s ‘anti-hegemonic’ drive and the strategic narrative offensive
    Authors: James Rogers, Andriy Tyushka
    Number of views: 108
  • 27
    Strategic communications in international relations: practical traps and ethical puzzles
    Authors: Mervyn Frost, Nicholas Michelsen
    Number of views: 122
  • 27
    The Russian perspectiveon information warfare: conceptual roots and politicisation in russian academic, political, and public discourse
    Authors: Ofer Fridman
    Number of views: 129
  • 27
    Examining the use of botnets and their evolution in propaganda dissemination.
    Authors: Nitin Agarwal,
    Number of views: 168
  • 31
    Britain’s public war stories: punching above its weight or vanishing force?
    Authors: Thomas Colley
    Number of views: 91

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