Prvog dana POINT 3.0 konferencije održana je panel diskusija pod nazivom „Zaboravimo letke: Politika u digitalnom dobu“ na kojem su učestvovali Marko Rakar iz Udruge Vjetrenjača i Svibor Jančić iz Stranke za grad iz Hrvatske te Srećko Šekeljić, aktivista iz Srbije. Panelom je moderirala Anna Kuliberda iz UG „Zašto ne“ iz Sarajeva. Na početku diskusijeREAD MORE
Last week, Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin, said he could take Kiev in two weeks. This week, he disavowed a cease-fire, then proposed a peace plan. Now a cease-fire is in effect. These zigzags did their job, leaving the West confused about his intentions, just as the European Union and NATO were meeting to figureREAD MORE
Michael Mandelkorn @mmandelk Nov 15
MoreThe term #public #diplomacy was coined here at @FletcherSchool. So good to have Natalia Burlinova and Oleg Shakirov join @FletcherRussia to speak on public diplomacy [JB emphasis] and and the role of NGOs in Russian society.
Unique ID:27849Syllabus:Room:SRH 3.312Days:MonTime:9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Graduate standing. Additional prerequisites may vary with the topic.
Critical examination of conflicts and trends in information policy in private organizations and in federal, state, and international public-sector organizations.
Three lecture hours a week for one semester.
May be repeated for credit when the topics vary.Instructor: Alan Kessler
Cross-listing of P A 388K, offered by the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
Topic description from Public Affairs:
This seminar will examine the history and modern practice of strategic communications, focusing on how government agencies use information campaigns to shape foreign perceptions of national security issues. Through selected readings, lectures, class discussions, and research, participants will examine how the U.S. government and, to a lesser extent, foreign governments develop and implement information campaigns to support strategic commu..