Military and Strategic Affairs, Vol 7, No 1
Author: Tal Tovy, Emilio Iasiello, Yonatan Gonen, Carmit Valensi, Harel Menashri, Gil Baram, Kobi Michael, Ilana Kwartin, Gabi Siboni, Daniel Cohen, Tal Koren
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
The articles in this issue examine 1) how the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) uses its attack helicopters in asymmetric warfare; 2) whether cyber weapons are effective military tools; 3) the public relations tactics employed by IDF spokespeople in their ...
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Countering Radicalization and Recruitement to Al-Qaeda
Author: Paul Kamolnick
Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College (SSI)
This monograph proposes a blueprint for the US to counter Al-Qaeda-related radicalization and recruitment through propaganda and information operations.
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AUSTRAL Brazilian Journal of Strategy and International Relations Vol 3, No 5 (2014)
Author: Olivier Mbabia, Paulo Fagundes Visentini, Christopher Kinsey, Andreas Krieg, Raymond Mhaparara, Lucky Bassie Bangidza, Steven Gwekwerere, Osakue Stevenson Omoera, Igor Castellano da Silva, José Miguel Quedi Martins, Kamilla Raquel Rizzi, Nathaly Xavier Schütz, Paulo Duarte, Eduardo Brigidi de Mello
AUSTRAL: Brazilian Journal of Strategy and International Relations
This issue of AUSTRAL includes articles on France's influence compared to that of China in Francophone Africa; the role of emerging powers such as China, Brazil, India and Russia in Africa; the role of commercial security providers within African sec...
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Putin's 'New Warfare'
Author: John R Haines
Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)
This paper mainly discusses Russian journalist Yuliya Latynina's description of Putin’s ‘new warfare’, which includes the use of noncombatants as human shields, employing the media for public relations, engaging provocateurs to act as local forces an...
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21 Sep 2012
US Public Diplomacy
Author: Matthew C Weed
Congressional Research Service (CRS)
This report discusses proposals to lift the ban on domestic distribution of public diplomacy information intended for foreign audiences while retaining the prohibition on use of public diplomacy funds to influence US public opinion.
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