Issue № 76. October 2019
Discussion of Strategic Communication Issues in the International Academic Community (Review of the Round Table in RANEPA on April 25, 2019)
Darya Yu. Bazarkina, Kaleria A. Kramar, Ilya M. Kulyushin, Valeria M. Zavertyaeva
Darya Yu. Bazarkina — DSc. (Politics), Professor, Department for International Security and Foreign Affairs of Russia, Institute of Law and National Security, Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation; Senior Researcher, School of International Relations, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation.
Kaleria A. Kramar — MA (Public Relations), Researcher, International Center for Socio-Political Studies and Consulting (ICSPSC), Moscow, Russian Federation.
Ilya M. Kulyushin — Research Intern, International Center for Socio-Political Studies and Consulting (ICSPSC), Moscow, Russian Federation.
Valeria M. Zavertyaeva — Research Intern, International Center for Socio-Political Studies and Consulting (ICSPSC), Moscow, Russian Federation.
The article is a review of the round table “Strategic Communication Facing the Contemporary Political Challenges” held on April 25, 2019 at the Institute of Law and National Security of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). Analysis of strategic communication as a synchronization of long-term policy (real economic, political or social transformations, in documents on strategic communication called “deeds” of the state or integration association) and the communication processes (communication management, public relations, advertising, propaganda and counter-propaganda) allows considering a wide range of issues: from the ways to overcome economic, social and political crises to various aspects of international relations and international security – measures to minimize the impact of psychological warfare, the use of artificial intelligence to prevent terrorist activities, etc. In addition, the approach within the framework of the strategic communication concepts makes it possible to assess which images are translated into the public consciousness by a particular decision of national and supranational power structures. Not only representatives of the academic community attended the round table, but also the employees of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation, the diplomatic corps, research and consulting companies and associations.
Strategic communication, antiterrorist activities, information security, psychological security, artificial intelligence, mass media.
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