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Presenting treatment of information operations, this book tells that what does and does not fall under information operations to how the military plans and executes such efforts, and what the role of IO ought to be in the war of ideas. It provides accounts of the doctrine and practice of the five core information operations capabilities.
Christopher Paul is a social scientist working out of RAND's Pittsburgh office. He received his PhD in sociology from UCLA in 2001. He has developed methodological competencies in comparative historical and case study approaches, quantitative analysis, and survey research. His current research interests include military influence operations, integration of air and naval forces, simulation training, press-military relations, counter-terrorism, and military operations on urban terrain.
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Contemporary Military, Strategic, and Security Issues