Diplomacy · Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

Russia Will PNG 30 US Diplomats And Seize Property If…


Apparently, Moscow feels the need to increase tensions between themselves and the US, after the G20 summit.  Perhaps Moscow does not feel they won and they must now retaliate for actions taken by President Obama in December 2016.  </end editorial> 07/11/2017 MOSCOW, July 11 – RIA Novosti. Moscow plans to send some 30 US diplomats and seize… Continue reading Russia Will PNG 30 US Diplomats And Seize Property If…

Diplomacy · North Korea · South Korea

Olympic Spirit Captured in North and South Korean Selfie


Brian Padden August 09, 2016 4:44 AM SEOUL—There was a rare moment of inter-Korean friendship captured at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro when North and South Korean athletes took a selfie together. Photographers at the Olympics caught the two smiling gymnasts, Lee Eun-ju of South Korea and Hong Un Jong of North Korea, taking… Continue reading Olympic Spirit Captured in North and South Korean Selfie

Information operations · Inter-cultural communication · Mind Control · Perception Management

What is Information Operations


  Here is a typical first conversation I have with everyone I meet who works in the IO field. “Hi!  My name is Joel, nice to meet you!” ‘Appropriate response’ ‘Appropriate small talk’. ‘Appropriate small talk’. Me: “When you say IO, what do you mean?” Answer:   Full spectrum IO MISO/Psyop Cyber Military deception Electronic… Continue reading What is Information Operations

Information operations · Public Diplomacy

United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy – no more


Madam Secretary, may I ask why you are not fighting to keep, maintain and build the tools you need to properly conduct Public Diplomacy? One of the United States’ Department of State and Public Diplomacy’s greatest allies was the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. According to its website, the United States Advisory Commission on… Continue reading United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy – no more