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Information Operations: Facts  Fakes  Conspiracists

This book provides valuable insights into the world of information warfare, covering topics such as propaganda, disinformation, and psychological operations.  With the rise of fake news and disinformation campaigns, this book is an invaluable resource for military personnel seeking to stay informed and vigilant. Whether you're a military professional, intelligence analyst, or simply interested in the topic, this book is essential for understanding the complexities of modern warfare and the impact of information operations. Written by a leading expert in the field, this book offers valuable insights into the tactics and strategies used by adversaries to manipulate public opinion and undermine national security.  Stay ahead of the game and arm yourself with the knowledge contained in "Information Operations: Facts, Fakes, Conspiracists".

 

Foreword by H.R. McMaster, Former US National Security Advisor

 

'This book captures how information shapes - even dictates - events and outcomes. The masters of managing the information that reaches us in all sorts of ways, and Steve Tatham is a master of over 25 years’ experience, take the rest of us where they want us to go, in peace and in war.'

General Sir Richard Barrons KCB CBE, Former Commander Joint Forces Command

 

'For the first time one of the western world’s most experienced practitioners takes us inside the world of the ‘information operators’, practitioners of the most misunderstood and the most effective form of modern warfare, used by friend and enemy alike.'

Frank Ledwidge, Author Losing Small Wars

 

'Steve Tatham is THE essential voice on info ops. Decades of experience make him the UK's most experienced practitioner and theorist. If you want to know about information operations read this book.'

Dr Mike Martin, Author Why We Fight

 

c.224 pages I Size: 234 x 156mm

Publication date: c.April 2024

Information Operations: Facts Fakes Conspiracists

£19.99Price
  • Foreword by H.R. McMaster

    Preface

    Introduction

    Chapter 1: What are Information Operations?

    Chapter 2: From Eunachs to the Archers: Britain and IO

    Chapter 3: The USA - Bigger and Better?

    Chapter 4: Iraq and Afghanistan

    Chapter 5: Understanding Audiences

    Chapter 6: Past IO Campaigns

    Chapter 7: Russia and Ukraine

    Chapter 8: Iran, North Korea and China

    Chapter 9: It’s All About Psychology

    Chapter 10: Conspiracy Theories and Useful Idiots

    Chapter 11: The Cambridge Analytica IO Conspiracy

    Chapter 12: The Future?

    Chapter 13: Conclusions

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