Strategic Communication (STRATCOM) is becoming an increasingly integral element of both an “activist foreign policy” and “military intervention”. This is partly due to technological developments and partly due to changing characteristics of modern conflicts in which foreign affairs, international humanitarian law, the use of the military instrument of power and the necessity for strategic communication to ensure legitimacy melts together. But what is Strategic Communication really and how is it to be viewed in the framework of modern conflicts?
The projects aim is to examine the development of STRATCOM in recent years and provide perspectives on how STRATCOM can be understood and defined, not least seen in a Danish context.
|Periode||01/01/2016 → 03/02/2017|