Strategic Communication and Foreign Office Libraries

October 3, 2011

I’m sorry for continued lack of activity here.  We still don’t have an internet connection at home and I’m still holding out for 30mbs if a certain well known cable company can hook me up without digging up too much of the neighbourhood.

In the meantime Louis Clerc added a fascinating comment on my post on the dissolution of the Foreign Office library – pointing to the Quai D’Orsay’s decision to open it’s library to researchers and what library lending records can tell you about the sources of policy.

Also Chatham House put out a report on Strategic Communications and National Security – which has caused me to start on another post or series of posts on the shapeless, voracious and ever expanding monster  that is stratcom. More soon.


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