CHESTER HAS MOVED!: Colonial Operations and Strategic Communication

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Colonial Operations and Strategic Communication

[This is yet another post in response to Belmont Club's discussion of the adequacy of the US force structure.] Perhaps the first issue in any plan to reform the strategic communications efforts of the US should begin with the correct definition of what it is that US forces are being tasked to do in the 21st century. One of Wretchard's readers is right that the word "colonial" is so freighted with historical baggage as to render useless any policy using it. Major Mike says:
Additionally, I cringe a bit with talk of re-organization to “colonial” style forces, or a variation thereof. The post World War I explosion of nationalistic movements throughout the world can be attributed directly to the occupation of nations by colonial forces. Fighting an insurgent nationalistic force would be logarithmically more costly than fighting a disgruntled band of malcontents and outsiders . . .
in the interests of heading off the globalization protesters at the pass, a better definition must be identified and put into use. This is not spin. Far from it. Colonialism smacks of zero-sum trade, the "white man's burden" and even slavery. These are vastly different goals than those of the US today. Robert Kaplan says:
"The American military now has the most thankless task of any military in the history of warfare: to provide the security armature for an emerging global civilization that, the more it matures--with its own mass media and governing structures--the less credit and sympathy it will grant to the very troops who have risked and, indeed, given their lives for it."
In a similar vein, Thomas Barnett, the oft-quoted author of "The Pentagon's New Map," who defines the world into the Functioning Core and the Non-integrating Gap, uses the terminology of systems administration to describe the tasks set before the US military:
U.S. national-security strategy would seem to be: 1) Increase the Core’s immune system capabilities for responding to September 11-like system perturbations; 2) Work the seam states to firewall the Core from the Gap’s worst exports, such as terror, drugs, and pandemics; and, most important, 3) Shrink the Gap.
Barnett gives a roundabout reference to the possible force structure of the US military, given this daunting task:
Making this effort means reshaping our military establishment to mirror-image the challenge that we face. Think about it. Global war is not in the offing, primarily because our huge nuclear stockpile renders such war unthinkable—for anyone. Meanwhile, classic state-on-state wars are becoming fairly rare. So if the United States is in the process of “transforming” its military to meet the threats of tomorrow, what should it end up looking like? In my mind, we fight fire with fire. If we live in a world increasingly populated by Super-Empowered Individuals, we field a military of Super-Empowered-Individuals.
Whether you prefer Kaplan's "security armature for an emerging global civilization," or Barnett's theories of the Core and the Gap, both point to US-provided collective security as an international public good – a far cry from the conquests and coffer-enriching schemes of colonialism. Returning to the strategic communications problems of a US military confronted with such a wide-ranging mission . . . Wretchard points to a recent study by the Defense Science Board which states:
Strategic communication -- which encompasses public affairs, public diplomacy, international broadcasting, information operations, and special activities -- is vital to America’s national security and foreign policy. Over the past few decades, the strategic communication environment and requirements have changed considerably as a result of many influences. Some of the most important of these influences are a rise in anti-American attitudes around the world; the use of terrorism as a framework for national security issues; and the volatility of Islamic internal and external struggles over values, identity, and change. ... America needs a revolution in strategic communication rooted in strong leadership from the top and supported by an orchestrated blend of public and private sector components.
Joseph Nye, Dean of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, has gone a long way to define the strategic communication problem as one of "soft power:"
Soft power is the ability to get what you want by attracting and persuading others to adopt your goals. It differs from hard power, the ability to use the carrots and sticks of economic and military might to make others follow your will. Both hard and soft power are important in the war on terrorism, but attraction is much cheaper than coercion, and an asset that needs to be nourished.
Yet Nye's prescriptions for implementing such a soft-power campaign are vague at best and whimsical at worst:
The U.S. government should not try to control exports of popular culture, but State Department cultural and exchange programs help to remind people of the noncommercial aspects of American values and culture. Similarly, government broadcasting to other countries that is evenhanded, open and informative helps to enhance American credibility and soft power in a way that propaganda never can. Yet the billion dollars spent on public diplomacy is only one- quarter of 1 percent of what is spent on defense. Congress should support measures like Representative Henry Hyde's proposal to bolster the State Department's public diplomacy and international broadcasting efforts. The other way the government can make a difference is in the substance and style of foreign policy. With a military budget larger than those of the next dozen countries combined, the United States looms so large that it engenders negative as well as positive reactions. The biggest kid on the block always provokes a mixture of admiration and resentment. To the extent that America defines its national interests in ways congruent with others, and consults with them in formulating policies, it will improve the ratio of admiration to resentment. President George W. Bush
No need to read further. You know where he's going. [Quick aside: Here we witness the Harvard Dean version of hand-wringing over "why they hate us." Nye doesn't seem to understand that the ultimate soft power is when your soft speaking is backed by a big stick. Or perhaps he's forgotten. Hard to tell on the left these days. Has the Rhodes scholarship program ever produced a conservative?] The goal of strategic communication as discussed here is something akin a sense of feel-goodism: that other peoples in the world agree to our actions because they understand our intentions. Even James Fallows is jumping on the bandwagon, raising "strategic communication" in one of the cover stories of the January/February Atlantic, "Success Without Victory," and showing the supposed importance of "intention perception" to our target audience:
An amazing lack of interest in how life looks to those we are trying to persuade, deter, or capture accounts for many of America's difficulties in the past three years. People in the anti-terrorism business talk about our need to wage a decades-long struggle for the future of Islam, in which the United States has a vital stake. But consider the mini war of ideas we have already fought. America's approach to the Muslim world since 9/11 has made sense—to the Americans who designed it. First we would rout the Taliban from Afghanistan and deny al-Qaeda the sanctuaries and training camps that were important to its growth through the 1990s. Then we would take the war to Iraq, solving the immediate problem of Saddam Hussein and whatever weapons he had, and fostering a long-run example of a prosperous, democratic Arab-Islamic state . . . That was the intention. Somehow the results looked different to the people this strategy was supposed to influence . . .
Fallows, a journalist, seems not to think his own profession was complicit in that failure. More:
Instead one can turn to the Pentagon's own Defense Science Board, which submitted a 102-page internal report in November about how America was doing in the global war of ideas.
Fallows mentions studies by RAND, in addition to the Defense Science Board piece itself as having similar themes:
Through these studies runs the idea that the United States could make an authentic and appealing case to the Muslim world—if it took the time to understand which parts of its argument are most likely to register with the person in the street. For instance, in much of today's Muslim world "justice" is a more compelling ideal than individual "liberty." "This really is a war of narratives in a battlefield of interpretation," Marc Sageman says. "We need to promote a positive vision to substitute for the vision of violence. And that vision has to be justice. It is no accident that these groups are always calling themselves 'The Party of Justice' and so on. In the time of the Suez Canal the United States stood for 'justice' against the Brits and French, and we were the toast of the Middle East. We need to be pushing a vision of a fair and just world, with us in harmony with the rest of the world, as opposed to at war with the rest of the world."
This is in a sense, a Hail-Mary all-channel marketing campaign to re-brand the foreign policy of the United States. Does it really help our effort that much to rename the Marine Corps, "The Justice Corps?" Muslims are smarter than that. Moreover, Fallows makes the mistake expected of a mainstream journalist: he thinks in terms of the masses, wants a branding campaign that smacks of mass media, and relies on semantics rather than fundamental considerations of substance to spin his message. The blogosphere teaches that Fallows' top-down method of image control is increasingly impossible. Moreover, what metric can be used to judge positive perception change toward the US; or positive reception to the ideas that the US advocates? And perhaps "individual liberty" doesn't appeal to Muslims in general because they have had such a small taste of it. Perhaps the goal is not to repackage our efforts to appeal to existing ideas in their culture, but instead to introduce radical new ones. The most-cited lesson of the blogosphere is of the segmenting of traditional mass-markets into micromarkets – indeed, the same Atlantic has another story entitled, "The Massless Media." But less mentioned is the idea that whereas traditional media is faceless, monolithic and short on interaction, the blogosphere influences the world through millions of tiny interactions daily in which readers exchange views and create perceptions of each other. While we all sit at our desks reading this alone [and our wives and husbands give us that certain annoyed get-off-the-computer-now look], we are engaged in a dynamic process of figuring out whom we trust and whom we don't. Hugh Hewitt mentions this in his new book, "Blog." These interactions can be controlled from above only with great difficulty and expense. This lesson does not just apply in the world of high-speed broadband. Hundreds of newspapers have sprouted in Iraq, and the post-totalitarian residents of Iraq will be highly skeptical of attempts to influence their opinion from institutional platforms. Such is the nature of the thousands and millions of interactions by US troops with Iraqis, and other folks all over the world daily, as well. These interactions speak for themselves and are difficult to manipulate. In the case of Iraqis, they are on an individual basis largely positive. In a sense, mass media acted as a go-between, handing out legitimacy between strangers via institutional trust. But the institutional go-between is no longer technologically necessary, and people interact like free radicals. Thus, since the military can control its troops' interactions with mission-type orders, centuries-old traditions, and esprit de corps -- in fact, precisely because of the tradition-bound nature of the military and the fact that it instills or brings out similar traits in vastly different people -- these interactions are one of the only mass-influence campaigns left in the world. Consider the 1st Marine Division's use of the slogan of "No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy," through the course of its two deployments to Iraq. It takes a military unit to broadcast such a message, and General Mattis, the former commanding general of the division, did so from the get-go, starting with his invasion kick-off message on March 20th, 2003. It is simple to remember and more importantly, easy to translate. Thucydides said it this way:
We have compelled every land and every sea to open a path for our valor; and we have everywhere planted eternal memorials of our friendship and our enmity."
Aside from the millions of interactions though, the Pentagon has no idea how to control the media image its troops give off during deployments. Consider this New York Times story of last month, perhaps spawned by the DSB report [link is the abstract: the story is only available for a fee, and who's going to pay for a story with a half-life of 12 hours?]:
THE REACH OF WAR: HEARTS AND MINDS; PENTAGON WEIGHS USE OF DECEPTION IN A BROAD ARENA ABSTRACT - Pentagon said to be engaged in bitter, high-level debates over how far it can and should go in managing or manipulating information to influence opinion abroad; missions, if approved, could take deceptive techniques endorsed for use on battlefield to confuse adversary and adopt them for covert propaganda campaigns aimed at neutral and even allied nations; critics say such program would shatter Pentagon's credibility; question is whether Pentagon and military should undertake official program that uses disinformation to shape perceptions abroad; efforts under consideration risk blurring traditional lines between public affairs programs in Pentagon--whose charter calls for giving truthful information to media and public--and world of combat information campaigns or psychological operations; critics see proposal as Pentagon's effort to resurrect its Office of Strategic Influence, short-lived operation to provide news items, including false ones, to foreign journalists in effort to influence overseas opinion; office was closed by Defense Sec Donald H Rumsfeld under intense criticism.
Perhaps abstracts are the way to go when reading the Times . . . Before the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force deployed to Iraq for the second time, a retired colonel, and veteran of the Combined Action Program , was invited to speak to a gathering of MEF officers. He asked anyone in a public affairs specialty to stand. He then asked for those in the psychological operations specialty to stand. He then asked them, "You've both been warned in all of your professional training not to have anything to do with each other, haven't you?" Their heads nodded. The Colonel explained that in small wars, integrating the images given off by US forces is a necessity to success. It is this dilemma – how to do so without creating spin, propaganda, or conspiracy theories – that is being debated in the Pentagon. While these debates are ongoing, solutions will sprout organically. The decentralization of media raises the potential that the goal of the big-budget public diplomacy programs can be accomplished on a shoestring: those in other countries can interact with, meet, and debate with Americans at will, and make up their minds for themselves if we are truly free, and if our way of life is better. While this works itself out, the very least the Bush Administration can do is better publicize the atrocities of Saddam, troops decorated for heroism, and the thousands of little victories via interaction that occur every day. *** Parting thoughts on force structure and the occupation 1. Sources inside the Marine Corps tell The Adventures of Chester that one of the MEUs slated to deploy soon will employ an artillery unit as the battalion landing team, instead of an infantry battalion. Sounds alarming, but when extra infantry units are needed, artillery Marines are often the first to be tapped. And the MEU training will be the same for them before they deploy. Moreover, the Marine Corps is about to push up against the 2-year time-limit for activating reservists. 2. Here is a past post comparing the occupations of Japan and Iraq. It does not address troop numbers, just the overall picture and mood of each. 3. Here's the reaction of The Adventures of Chester to James Fallow's last Atlantic article, about Iran. 4. See the US State Department's newly-created Office of Policy, Planning and Resources for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. Fallows doesn't seem to know about this . . .

141 Comments:

Blogger MachiasPrivateer said...

What you have avoided is the professional vs. reserve ratio of forces, both American and adversary. A key factor in determining whether a force is likely to support democracy is the percentage of enlisted draftees. A high percentage means trouble (e.g. Saddam). A low percentage (e.g. zero for the UK) means support. Russia still uses draftees and is problematic. Even France & Germany use draftees and are worthless in projecting power for the purposes of bringing democracy. Conscription itself is anti-democratic!

If your readers have a subscription to Proceedings, they should read "Our Naval Heritage Is In Danger" in the December 2004 issue. My fifth great uncle, Benjamin Foster, organized the local citizens of Machias, Maine to resist the British (celebrated by a road side marker as “Foster’s Rubicon”). On June 12, 1775 the citizen-sailors of Machias won the first armed action at sea of the American Revolution. Shortly thereafter, George Washington, purchased three ships to form “Washington’s Cruisers”. Only after these citizens took action, did the government take action by ratifying their fait accomplis.

Having a force largely composed of reservists is a sure way of building in a commitment to support the troops and bring them home ASAP. That commitment in turn reassures the fledgling democracy that we are not a colonial power.

So we need more emphasis on creating the Citizen-Sailor (or Marine). And as the world knows, there is “no better friend” of children than the USMC Reserve and its Toys For Tots program! So do not provoke those citizen-marines and turn them into “your worst enemy”.

January 13, 2005 at 11:08 PM  
Blogger Peyton said...

My jumble of thoughts, expressed through the filter of cold medicine...

Any message from the U.S. administration is going to start from the perception of "We're from the government, and we're here to help you." That will be true for listeners/readers in Cleveland, Paris and Baghdad. To overcome that, the message needs to be simple, consistant, and as widely broadcast as possible. The administration hasn't done a very good job of spreading the good news about what is being accomplished in Iraq. They need to work on that message, and repeat it.

The message about tsunami relief is getting out, better. Lots of information is being reported about the good that American forces are doing, and lots of pictures of American service people putting food in the hands of people who need it. This is in spite of the Indonesian government wanting us to go away, even as they do next to nothing to help, and in contrast to the UN, doing virtually nothing besides spewing press releases.

Any message from the government itself will also have to deal with filters and outright opposition from media management and other governments. With an overall objective of democratizing and taming the Middle East, our every move is opposed publicly by governements that would benefit. France is about to have big problems with its unassimilated Muslim emigrant population, yet they are playing the role of ankle-biter to U.S. policy-makers. I think it comes down to petty kibitzing out of not being able to be a world player. The only way to get a message through the opposition of governments defending their own pointless influence is, again, simplicity, consistency and repetition. The same applies to the managing editors of the legacy media, for many of the same reasons.

At ground level, as pointed out, the message is transmitted by soldiers and marines who build relationships with the people. Their message is not rhetoric, it must be one of good deeds. I think that this message is working. More and more, actionable intelligence is coming from local people. "There's a bunch of guys with guns over in that building, and they're not from around here."

The good news from the people in the street needs to be linked with a consistent, simple, repeated message of good news from the government. During the first couple of months of the Iraqi action, embedded press served this purpose very well. Once the pace of things slowed down, the media managers had a chance to spin everything coming from the embeds. "I don't care what you see, the message is 'quagmire.' " Even BBC embeds have complained that their reporting is being spun.

We need more first-person reporting from the theater. Bloggers have proved adept at rubbing the MSM's nose in a story until they have to address it. The Swift boat vets, Christmas in Cambodia, and Rathergate are good examples. I think we need to draw much more attention to the blogosphere's wealth of good news from Iraq and the whole Middle East. Lots of attention to goings-on in Iran. Did you know that people are arrested and tortured for internet posts, there? I also think that the military should encourage milblogs, without financially supporting them.

Information needs to be available and pushed, and it needs to be linked and consistent, top to bottom. My perception is that the Iraqi elections will actually go very well, and it'll be largely due to the Iraqi electorate rebelling against fascist attempts to keep them from the polling places. When the elections do go well, it'll be a reality burst for the media and governments who've been spouting doom and gloom. That'll be the time to sound off with how well things *are* going, in Iraq and elsewhere.

January 14, 2005 at 4:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Greetings Chester,

I hope you can shed some light on a question relating to troop level numbers that has been bouncing around in my head lately.

We know that there are huge numbers of private contractors working in Iraq. From thousands to tens of thousands, probably. Nobody seems to mention that in these troop level debates.

A lot of these people are providing services which, it seems to me, were often carried out by the armed forces in past conflicts. Many of these people are working for the “dreaded” Haliburton, and firms like Blackwater, and they’re not being counted as troops. From what I can tell, they are handling many of the transport duties, infrastructure reconstruction, and even some security. And God only knows what else they might be doing. Mechanical support? Base construction? Public Relations?

So my question is, how do these people factor into the troop numbers? It doesn’t seem like its apples to apples to compare troop numbers in Iraq with, say, those in Japan after WWII. Do you have a feel for how many private contractors might actually be doing work that would have been performed by armed forces personnel in the past?

Any insight you could provide would be appreciated.

jmaster

January 14, 2005 at 12:19 PM  
Blogger USMC_Vet said...

Speaking of Halliburton, anyone else catch that Halliburton landed (another) deal in .... Iran???

I was ignorant to the fact that they were there in the first place (embarrassingly).

Anyone have a fresh (they're all fresh to me) take on this? It makes me scratch my head in wonder...

RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTYHalliburton's Work in Iran Stirs Democrats (washingtonpost.com)Halliburton Unit Prepares for Iran Work - UN Security Council - Global Policy Forum

January 14, 2005 at 12:34 PM  
Blogger heather said...

This issue of media/information is huge. It is one thing to say that the "Bush Administration" should "better publicize" anything, but to do so is of course The Problem.

Out in Red USA, 'The Rapture' books sold some TWELVE MILLION COPIES, and the NYT and etc DIDN'T NOTICE. David Brooks knows this. He has just written a book called "On Paradise Drive," which is a description of exurbia America, the places that Karl Rove knows about, the places that are Red Places. Now, Brooks made a remark whilst on a panel with Donna Brazile: that if the Democrats want to get to know about these mysterious places, they cannot depend on their publishing companies, bookstores, or any networks familiar to them. Why? Well, when he (David Brooks) asked his publisher, SIMON AND SCHUSTER, why he was not being sent to outlets in this Paradise Drive exurbia - the subject of his book, after all - the publisher admitted that it didn't know how!!!

There is no connection between the media nets (bookstores, publishers, etc) of the Red States and the Blue States.

Also, I walk by the popular magazines everyday. People, for example. The cover story? Brad and Jennifer. Now, why hasn't People figured out that putting a Marine Hero of the Week on the cover might make their sales jump through the roof?

This is where I agree with Chester on the organic thing. I believe that the publishers' world is in a darwinian battle for its existence - and it is losing to the kinds of relationships that are being formed on the Internet.

January 14, 2005 at 2:08 PM  
Blogger ledger said...

To get the good story out it will take some good reporters. Unfortunately, there are not very many of them around. Most reporters are of elite class who look down their noses at the military (others are blatant foes of the military). I don't expect that to change in the immediate future. In fact, leading up to the election, I expect most every MSM reporter to side with the enemy and attempt to disparage and to demoralize our troops (not to mention the average citizen). Hence, we will just have we will have to counter that and build a good reporting system from the ground up.

Luckily, there are ready tools. The Internet and the blogsphere. There are some really good news being projected by the likes of you and others. What we need are more real stories of good men in action. They need to be told in vibrant terms and in detail. We need pictures. Americans love a good war story. But, it has to be presented in action packed manner and with intriguing detail.

I have heard some good ones: The one about John Glenn's grandson who pulled his injured buddy from a doorway while playing toss the hand grenade with the terrorists. The story about the little Iraqi girl who would not move out of the street as a patrol passed to draw attention to a land mine. The story of a soldier who was mortally wounded while in a house to house search yet had enough strength to roll his body over a live hand grenade to save his squad. And, of course the story of Uday's demise and his father's capture. I'm sure there are many more.

If you give me a good story I'll pass it on.

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