Tuesday, November 8, 2005

An unusual medium for NATO communication

NatoThis image is a scan of an advertising  postcard I found in a restaurant of Brussels. It says "feeling protected | se sentir protégé". I was surprised to discover on the back-side of this postcard that it is published and distributed on behalf of NATO. And NATO is asking people to use the postcard to mail their input / opinions. I know that security and protection are fashionable values these days. I know that the media keep injecting regular doses of fear reminders in the news. So my question of the day is simple: what is the purpose of this communication campaign?


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  2. the URL link got masked over my name.
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