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WHITEHALL, HEARTS, MINDS AND THE GHOST OF SEFTON DELMER: British Information Warfare in 21st Century

When Jun 02, 2016
from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
Where Room 119, Alison Richard Building
Contact Name Dr Charlotte Sausman
Attendees All welcome
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WHITEHALL, HEARTS, MINDS AND THE GHOST OF SEFTON DELMER: British Information Warfare in 21st Century


Bio: Stephen Jolly is a Senior Fellow of the Defence Academy, Shrivenham.  A former instructor at the British Defence Intelligence & Security School, Chicksands and certified psyops planner, Stephen was a Visiting Fellow in Psychological Warfare at the International Centre for Security Analysis, King's College, London (1999–2002). In 2013-15, Stephen served as the UK’s Director of Defence Communications. During that period, he chaired the cross-government National Security Communications Committee and was a member of the Government Communications Board. Stephen has been a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge since 2005.


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