The Pentagon's public affairs battle

Posted: 01/21/2013
The Pentagon's public affairs battle
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The Pentagon’s chief of public affairs recently announced that the Department of Defense would abandon the term "strategic communication." The banishment has one advantage: It cuts through the Kafkaesque contortions in which the Pentagon has ensnared itself by treating the art of communication as a process. The public affairs staff


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