China-Russia Strategic Communications: Evolving Visions and Practices
Nov 27, 2022
Repnikova, M. (2022). China-Russia Strategic Communications: Evolving Visions and Practices. Williamsburg, VA: AidData at William & Mary.
Join a panel of experts for the public launch of the research volume, “Reputational Security: The Imperative to Reinvest in America’s Strategic Communications Capabilities,” at 6 p.m. on Feb. 23, 2023, at the W&M Washington Center. You may register to attend in person or to livestream the event.
Reputational Security: The Imperative to Reinvest in America’s Strategic Communications Capabilities
Assessing U.S. Historical Strategic Communications: Priorities, Practices, and Lessons from the Cold War through the Present Day
Samantha Custer, Bryan Burgess, Austin Baehr, Emily Dumont
Public Diplomacy and the Road to Reputational Security: Analogue Lessons from US History for a Digital Age
Nicholas J. Cull
Winning the Narrative: How China and Russia Wield Strategic Communications to Advance Their Goals
Samantha Custer, Austin Baehr, Bryan Burgess, Emily Dumont, Divya Mathew, Amber Hutchinson
Autocratic Approaches to Information Manipulation: A Comparative Case Study
A Reliable Friend and Strategic Partner in the Indo-Pacific Region: Japan’s Strategic Communications and Public Diplomacy
(Re)investing in Our Reputational Security: Alternative Models and Options Strengthen U.S. Strategic Communications