UK military turns to universities to research psychological warfare: Cambridge among partners shortlisted for £70m MoD funding, documents show
The Guardian Wed 13 Mar 2019 02.00 EDT
The British military is recruiting philosophers, psychologists and theologians to research new methods of psychological warfare and behavioural manipulation, leaked documents show.
Cambridge University was among the institutions shortlisted by officials in the Ministry of Defence’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), as it sought a partner to spend almost £70m in funding for a project known as the human and social sciences research capability (HSSRC), looking at how the arts, humanities and social sciences can shape military and security strategies, including “psychological operations”. . . .
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