Winning the Narrative: How China and Russia Wield Strategic Communications to Advance Their Goals
Nov 26, 2022
Samantha Custer, Austin Baehr, Bryan Burgess, Emily Dumont, Divya Mathew, Amber Hutchinson
Custer, S., Baehr, A., Burgess, B., Dumont, E., Mathew, D., and Hutchinson, A. (2022). Winning the Narrative: How China and Russia Wield Strategic Communications to Advance Their Goals. 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
China-Russia Strategic Communications: Evolving Visions and Practices
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