Some articles on strategic deception, deception:
... was under the control of the Twenty Committee, part of the British strategic deception organization, the London Controlling Section ... up to and including the Politburo, much as the WWII British organization for strategic deception, the London Controlling Section, and its US counterpart, Joint Security Control, could get direct support from ... of influence, propaganda, and disinformation to promote Soviet goals." While deception and influence operations could involve the highest levels of Allied governments in WWII, it is worth ...
... in part, authorized them to prepare cover and deception plans on a world-wide basis, co-ordinate deception plans prepared by Commands world-wide, and watch over the execution of deception plans ... more sweeping, they were not limited to strategic deception, but had authority to include any matter for a military advantage ... Cover and deception are intended to either create or reinforce a belief in one’s opponent which influences the opponents behavior along certain lines ...
Famous quotes containing the words deception and/or strategic:
“Perhaps there are only a few women who experience without deception the overwhelming intoxication of the senses which they expect from their encounters with men, which they feel bound to expect because of the fuss made about it in novels, written by men.”
—Max Frisch (19111991)
“The strategic adversary is fascism ... the fascism in us all, in our heads and in our everyday behavior, the fascism that causes us to love power, to desire the very thing that dominates and exploits us.”
—Michel Foucault (19261984)