Balkan Propaganda Wars
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Opis: Balkan Propaganda Wars - Calin Hentea, Hentea

Balkan Propaganda Wars provides an historical, political, and propagandistic perspective of the volatile situation that exists in the Balkans. The book reviews the historical background of the Balkan people-especially those belonging to the former Yugoslavia-from Antiquity through the troubled centuries of the Middle Ages, and continuing with the birth of the modern Balkan states in the 19th century and the more recent political and military evolutions during the 20th century. For each period, the role of propaganda is underlined and examined. The unbiased background the book supplies will allow users to gain an impartial perspective on events such as the Yugoslav War, the Kosovo War, ethnic cleansing, and the large population shifts these events brought about. UN and NATO informational performances in Bosnia and Kosovo are deeply scrutinized and compared during UNPROFOR, IFOR, SFOR, and KFOR missions. The resulting information war between NATO and Yugoslavia are also presented and analyzed. For scholars, historians, journalists, and anyone else who wishes to understand how to see through the information they are presented on war, Balkan Propaganda Wars will prove invaluable. Having a personal experience and a deep understanding of the situation in Albania and Kosovo due to his postings in 1997 (during Operation Alba), 2003, and 2004...This book contains some strong and original points of view and solutions for the complicated and sensitive situation in the above-mentioned region. Modern Military Spirit Hentea, a colonel in the Romanian Armed Forces working in the psychological operation section of the Romanian General Staff and a psychological operations and information operation staff officer in NATO's headquarters in Kosovo in 2003-4, describes and assesses what he judges to be the failure of the West's information war (propaganda) activities during the Balkan Wars of the 1990s, while also looking at the propaganda efforts of other forces. In the end, he judges NATO informational failure to be the result of a "deaf- mute" dialogue wherein the West failed to understand the psychology of the Serbs or other Balkan peoples. Reference and Research Book NewsPart 1 Glossary Part 2 Foreword Part 3 Introduction Part 4 Understanding Information Warfare: Some Necessary Definitions Part 5 Particularities of Modern Information Operations Part 6 Pertinent Historical Background and Ethno-Geography of the Balkans Part 7 Bosnia: 1992-2003: UNPROFOR Media Failures and NATO Informational Achievements Part 8 Romanian Peacekeeping in Bosnia, Albania, and Kosovo: Events and First Hand Experience Part 9 Kosovo 1999: NATO versus Yugoslavia Part 10 Kosovo 1999-2004: The Efficiency of a Well-Trained Routine Part 11 The Propaganda War in the Balkans: A Deaf-Mute Dialogue Part 12 Notes Part 13 Selected Bibliography Part 14 About the Author


Szczegóły: Balkan Propaganda Wars - Calin Hentea, Hentea

Tytuł: Balkan Propaganda Wars
Autor: Calin Hentea, Hentea
Producent: Rowman
ISBN: 9780810857674
Rok produkcji: 2006
Ilość stron: 192
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.32 kg


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  • Producent: Rowman
  • Oprawa: Miękka

Balkan Propaganda Wars provides an historical, political, and propagandistic perspective of the volatile situation that exists in the Balkans. The book reviews the historical background of the Balkan people-especially those belonging to the former Yugoslavia-from Antiquity through the troubled centuries of the Middle Ages, and continuing with the birth of the modern Balkan states in the 19th century and the more recent political and military evolutions during the 20th century. For each period, the role of propaganda is underlined and examined. The unbiased background the book supplies will allow users to gain an impartial perspective on events such as the Yugoslav War, the Kosovo War, ethnic cleansing, and the large population shifts these events brought about. UN and NATO informational performances in Bosnia and Kosovo are deeply scrutinized and compared during UNPROFOR, IFOR, SFOR, and KFOR missions. The resulting information war between NATO and Yugoslavia are also presented and analyzed. For scholars, historians, journalists, and anyone else who wishes to understand how to see through the information they are presented on war, Balkan Propaganda Wars will prove invaluable. Having a personal experience and a deep understanding of the situation in Albania and Kosovo due to his postings in 1997 (during Operation Alba), 2003, and 2004...This book contains some strong and original points of view and solutions for the complicated and sensitive situation in the above-mentioned region. Modern Military Spirit Hentea, a colonel in the Romanian Armed Forces working in the psychological operation section of the Romanian General Staff and a psychological operations and information operation staff officer in NATO's headquarters in Kosovo in 2003-4, describes and assesses what he judges to be the failure of the West's information war (propaganda) activities during the Balkan Wars of the 1990s, while also looking at the propaganda efforts of other forces. In the end, he judges NATO informational failure to be the result of a "deaf- mute" dialogue wherein the West failed to understand the psychology of the Serbs or other Balkan peoples. Reference and Research Book NewsPart 1 Glossary Part 2 Foreword Part 3 Introduction Part 4 Understanding Information Warfare: Some Necessary Definitions Part 5 Particularities of Modern Information Operations Part 6 Pertinent Historical Background and Ethno-Geography of the Balkans Part 7 Bosnia: 1992-2003: UNPROFOR Media Failures and NATO Informational Achievements Part 8 Romanian Peacekeeping in Bosnia, Albania, and Kosovo: Events and First Hand Experience Part 9 Kosovo 1999: NATO versus Yugoslavia Part 10 Kosovo 1999-2004: The Efficiency of a Well-Trained Routine Part 11 The Propaganda War in the Balkans: A Deaf-Mute Dialogue Part 12 Notes Part 13 Selected Bibliography Part 14 About the Author

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Szczegóły: Balkan Propaganda Wars - Calin Hentea, Hentea

Tytuł: Balkan Propaganda Wars
Autor: Calin Hentea, Hentea
Producent: Rowman
ISBN: 9780810857674
Rok produkcji: 2006
Ilość stron: 192
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.32 kg


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