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Such activities, there is debate over whether or not they should be integrated under strategic communication. ”40 This is good advice on its face: surely you don’t want any individual spokesperson to be thought of as someone who speaks the truth sometimes, and not others. However, in actual practice, this is sometimes taken too far. 41 Apparently they believe that if they don’t know about it, it can’t hurt their credibility. To me it seems self-evident that if we are to avoid information fratricide, we need to be coordinating all the messages and signals, truthful or not.
Strategically). This involves 19 20 Strategic Communication listening as much as transmitting. ”7 Examples of similar treatment, where a DoD source repeats JP 1–02 and then offers an alternative explanation, appear in the discussion that follows. Ofﬁcial deﬁnitions elsewhere in the government have been sparse. The Department of State, for example, does not have an ofﬁcial published deﬁnition, even though State had the lead for strategic communication under the George W. Bush administration. The closest they came was in the 2007 National Strategy for Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communication.
In support of national objectives” can be appended to any of the above. Bottom line: “strategic communication” isn’t perfect, but it is better than any easily identiﬁable alternative and has the virtue of being the term we are currently using. Rather than replacing it, I really believe the best solution is to adequately deﬁne it. A strict and sufﬁcient deﬁnition and militant defense of that deﬁnition will allow us to move out rather than constantly being stuck on our own lexicon. Failing that, my advice above regarding adding a specifying qualiﬁer to strategic communication every time it is used would also help reduce tensions surrounding the term.