Strategic Communications and Public Diplomacy “Seen on the Web” -06 August 2017

To Inform is to Influence

Strategic Communications and Public Diplomacy “Seen on the Web” (#81)

August 6, 2017

Seen on the Web 3157-3257

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Instruments of Informational Power

  1. PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
  2. LOOKING BACK AT USIA
  3. GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT CENTER
  4. PUBLIC AFFAIRS
  5. BROADCASTING
  6. INFORMATION OPERATIONS

Professional Topics

  1. SOCIAL MEDIA ▪ INTERNET
  2. CYBER
  3. PROPAGANDA
  4. SOFT POWER
  5. GRAY ZONE
  6. INFORMATION WARFARE
  7. WEAPONIZATION OF INFORMATION
    14.
    POLITICAL WARFARE
  8. NARRATIVE
  9. HISTORY NARRATIVES
  10. ISLAMISM
  11. RADICALIZATION
  12. ANTI-SEMITISM
  13. LESSONS FROM THE PAST
  14. MEDIA SAVVY ▪ EDUCATION ▪ JUDGMENT
  15. IDEAS, CONCEPTS, DOCTRINE
  16. IDEAS OF AMERICA

Countries, Regions, Case Studies

  1. RUSSIA
  2. LATVIA
  3. TURKEY
  4. CHINA
  5. NORTH KOREA
  6. INDIA
  7. ISRAEL
  8. QATAR
  9. TUNISIA
  10. ISLAMIC STATE
  11. ISIS-AL QAEDA

Toolkit

  1. CULINARY DIPLOMACY
  2. INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION
  3. GRANTS
  4. BILE SOUP FOR THE RUSSIAN PUBLIC DIPLOMACY OFFICER’S SOUL

 Instruments of Informational Power

  1. PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
  • . . . military force is one of several elements of national power that a nation can use to achieve its foreign policy goals. (Others include economics and trade; information…

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