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Digest of News of interest to Public Affairs

The ComIPI’s quarterly digest is on line. It mainly features Donald Trump’s ommunication strategy and the ‘fil rouge’ connecting other topics of recent interest: the information battle space is equally, if not more important, than the physical battle space.

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Digest of NEWS – Features cultural barriers and disinformation

The latest issue of ComIPI’s quarterly digest is on line. It mainly features overcoming cultural barriers and the problem posed by disinformation within digital media. Posted by International & Public Communication on Wednesday, January 6, 2016

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10 November, one year after ‘Sputnik’ was launched

The Sputnik was the first artificial Earth satellite, launched on 4 October 1957.  Shortly after its launch, the New York Times explained that the literal translation of “sputnik” is “something that is traveling with a traveler.” Additionally, “the traveler is the … Continue reading

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Why empathy matters

This summer the first ever Empathy Museum was inaugurated in London. So what? In the business of communication empathy was considered as a feeling to be expressed in crisis communication to show that we ‘care’ and make it easier for … Continue reading

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Quarterly Digest of PA News is on line

The latest issue of the COMIPI  digest of news of interest to the Public Affairs Community is on line.  It features: Volkswagen and failing comms Volkswagen’s intent to deceive NATO signs five-year comms services agreement Poisoned Public Opinion in Russia … Continue reading

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About idiots and churnalism

A recent quote by the most known Italian contemporary writer, Umberto Eco, captured significant attention on the web: “Social media gives legions of idiots the right to speak when they once only spoke at a bar after a glass of … Continue reading

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Russian Propaganda Builds on Western Freedom

A recent story posted by the international TV network RT constitutes a clear example of the strategic approach taken by Russian propaganda: to take as much advantage as possible from the constraints democracy imposes on freedom of information.  To include … Continue reading

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