Public Diplomacy

Failing the (Domestic) Information War

Adam Elkus links to a Washington Post article noting the Bush Administration’s failure to compete effectively in the domestic information “war”:

Interesting story on Internet campaigning in 2008. I don’t think it will be the decisive factor, but a candidate who cannot effectively use the medium is going to suffer for it.

Sounds oddly familiar

One Comment

  • AE

    It’s very ironic too, given the sophisticated media craft of Rove and the like, that they would screw up so badly in this. But I suppose dominance in one field of conflict doesn’t guarantee it in another..