3 edition of Political warfare found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-40).
|Statement||by Bertil Häggman.|
|LC Classifications||E876 .H33 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||89181867|
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Page 60 - General McClure created a staff with responsibilities for both psychological and unconventional warfare. It was largely as a result of McClure's status and foresight that the Army developed its first capability to conduct unconventional warfare; the inclusion of a Special Operations Division in OCPW and McClure's selection of the key personnel for that office gave officers like. The National Committee for a Free Europe – which at one point changed its name to Free Europe Committee – was a US government sponsored organization between and Its mission was to wage “organized political warfare” against Soviet Expansionism, with Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty as the two most well known divisions.
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In The Art of Political Warfare, Pitney shows how similar the philosophy and strategies are in these two seemingly seperate arenas. Perhaps Pitney's greatest achievement is writing a book that is clear and interesting enough for anyone to enjoy while also breaking new ground and writing on a level suitable for academics and political by: Throughout the book, the author offers outstanding analysis that is unique to someone with his diverse expertise.
For example, one of Rid's opening points on the utility of studying the history of "political warfare" rang true for me more so than most other publications on this issue.4/5(8).
Soon after the Russian Revolution, the Bolshevik regime used misinformation to confuse its opponents. With word of a faux anti-Bolshevik conspiracy within Russia, the Soviets forged links with real anti-Bolsheviks abroad, persuading them that encouraging developments in Russia would dampen the need for outside intervention.
As the Political Warfare Executive was a secret department, when dealing with the outside world it used the cover name Political Intelligence Department (PID). After D-Day most of PWE's white propaganda staff transferred to the Psychological Warfare Division (PWD/SHAEF) of SHAEF.
Warfare is a very appropriate metaphor for our political system in the US, and this book is a wonderful exploration of that theme and has some material that would be worthy of reflection for all participants of the political system, Left or Right, Politician, Activist, or Citizen/5.
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He provides a comprehensive look at the political attacks we witnessed inand. The Book War. Operations Plan 10–1. The X. The Fifth Estate. – Escalate. Field Manual B. Service “A” The Neutron Bomb. Peacewar and the art and science of what the CIA once called ‘political warfare' grew and changed in four big waves, each a generation apart." Brand: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
This study, Modern Political Warfare: Current Practices and Possible Responses, examines political warfare as practiced today by both state and nonstate actors, including Russia, Iran, and the Islamic State.
The study recommends revisions in U.S. military and nonmilitary approaches and capabilities to better address threats short of conven.
Disinformation and democracy The weapons of political warfare Four new books explore how the struggle between Russia and the West has played out and evolved Books & arts May 16th edition.
Based on the book’s title, and its inclusion of the term 'political warfare', a reader might be forgiven for expecting the book to give its attention more equally to 3/4(5). The authors examine historical antecedents of political warfare and current-day practices through in-depth case studies of Russia, Iran, and the Islamic State.
They use these cases to derive common attributes of modern political warfare. The authors then identify effective means for Cited by: 1. Introduction. Political warfare is the next big thing in US foreign policy.
For years, America’s authoritarian rivals have waged aggressive political warfare campaigns against the United States. Political Warfare members. Friendly reminder This group is choc full of people from all races and creed, and it is absolutely awesome. You.
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Creating Chaos explores the covert use of political warfare from the Cold War to the 21st Century. This is the dark side of statecraft, involving hacks, cell phones, and. Get this from a library. Active measures: the secret history of disinformation and political warfare.
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With the advent of Total War, Political Warfare became a major instrument and demanded a deliberate strategy. (xi) In the First World War, war approached totality; there was the combination of mass-File Size: KB.
The NCFE’s original charge, as outlined in 3 May by George Kennan to the National Security Council in a policy paper titled “The Inauguration of Organized Political Warfare”, was to wage “organized political warfare” which became the ideological basis for US policy during the Cold War. It is a phenomenon that former U.S.
State Department diplomat George F. Kennan once referred to as “political warfare.” Political warfare is the logical application of Clausewitz’s doctrine in time of peace.
In broadest definition, political warfare is the employment of all the means at a nation’s command, short of war, to achieve.The term political warfare refers to the employment of military, intelligence, diplomatic, financial, and other means—short of conventional war—to achieve national objectives.
It can include overt operations like public broadcasting and covert operations like psychological warfare and support to underground resistance groups. 3.