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This research brief assesses the effectiveness of U.S. information operations in Afghanistan from 2001 to 2010, with particular attention to how well messages and themes were tailored to target audiences.
Key findings include:Efforts to win the support of the Afghan population for...
This paper presents the proceedings of a conference that brought Australian and international speakers together to share different perspectives of strategic and security affairs with our audience.
The conference focuses on the bigger geopolitical issues shaping Australia’s strategic landscape.
The keynote speaker was...
This report maps the US State Department's rapidly growing ediplomacy effort.
It reveals State now employs over 150 full-time ediplomacy personnel working in 25 different nodes at Headquarters. More than 900 people use ediplomacy at US missions abroad.
The report – the result...
This paper explores the growth of online mobilizations using data from the ‘indignados’ (the ‘outraged’) movement in Spain, which emerged under the influence of the revolution in Egypt and as a precursor to the global Occupy mobilizations. The data tracks Twitter activity around the protests...
At the 15 September 2011 AUSMIN talks in San Francisco, Australian and US officials took advantage of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the ANZUS Treaty to announce the alliance would now extend into cyberspace.
It was the first time, outside of NATO,...
The Internet is the most robust medium of information exchange in history. Two billion people are now connected, and at current growth rates everyone with Internet access will join the Internet community within a decade.
Barring technological and political disruptions, the world’s populace will...