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Balkan Propaganda Wars Paperback – 28 Aug 2006


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Having a personal experience and a deep understanding of the situation in Albania and Kosovo due to his postings in 1997 (during Operation Alba), 2003, and 2004...This book contains some strong and original points of view and solutions for the complicated and sensitive situation in the above-mentioned region. Modern Military Spirit Hentea, a colonel in the Romanian Armed Forces working in the psychological operation section of the Romanian General Staff and a psychological operations and information operation staff officer in NATO's headquarters in Kosovo in 2003-4, describes and assesses what he judges to be the failure of the West's information war (propaganda) activities during the Balkan Wars of the 1990s, while also looking at the propaganda efforts of other forces. In the end, he judges NATO informational failure to be the result of a "deaf- mute" dialogue wherein the West failed to understand the psychology of the Serbs or other Balkan peoples. Reference and Research Book News

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Calin Hentea was born in Brasov, Transylvania, Romania. He is a colonel in the Romanian Armed Forces currently working in the psychological operation section of the Romanian General Staff. He has worked in the military media and PR business as a press reporter, TV executive producer, and film director. In 1997, he accomplished public information officer's tasks during the "Alba" operation in Albania and in 2003 - 2004 he acted as a psychological operations and information operation staff officer in NATO's headquarters in Pristina, Kosovo. He has published several books on propaganda, media war, and military history.

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