Tuesday, 23. October 2012
Psyops, or psychological operations, is a term used to describe the techniques of psychological manipulation used in warfare. These operations are used to deceive, confuse, disrupt and demoralize the enemy, with an aim toward weakening enemy resistance or even causing enemy forces to surrender and enemy populations to capitulate. As the flip-side to the ancient wisdom that knowledge is key to all successful warfare strategies, the art of deliberately sewing deception has been understood and practiced for thousands of years.
In this first episode of our new series on psychological warfare James Corbett presents the definition, history, and characteristics of psychological operations, and the techniques of psychological manipulation used in warfare.
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