This book evolved from a panel entitled "Psychological Operations: East and West", presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Section on Military Studies, at the Naval Postgraduate School in the Fall of 1983. The panel focused on the use of propaganda as an instrument of foreign policy by the Soviet Union and its alli

chapter Chapter 1|19 pages


ByJoseph S. Gordon

chapter Chapter 2|9 pages

Soviet Strategic Propaganda Forces

ByPaul A. Smith

chapter Chapter 3|15 pages

The Eastern View of Security

ByGerhard Wettig

chapter Chapter 4|16 pages

Soviet Propaganda in the Third World

ByMaurice A. J. Tugwell

chapter Chapter 5|17 pages

Soviet-Sponsored Clandestine Broadcasting

ByDavid Hertzberg

chapter Chapter 6|12 pages

The Lesson of 007

ByPeter Kenez

chapter Chapter 7|35 pages

East German Psychological Operations: A 1965 Case Study

ByJoseph S. Gordon

chapter Chapter 8|21 pages

Public Diplomacy and US Foreign Policy

ByJohn M. Oseth

chapter Chapter 9|20 pages

Military Psychological Operations and US Strategy

ByAlfred H. Paddock

chapter Chapter 11|22 pages

US Army Psychological Operations and the Army Reserve

ByMichael W. Totten