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Political Strategy

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Political Strategy

Discredit Strategy

Discredit Strategy, is a political strategy of discrediting an enemy's reason for fighting. Member's decisions in supporting a war will make their decision partially based on how they view their own alliance/corporation. By discrediting the purpose of the war, the desire to continue the fight can be defeated.

Often times this attempted through the use of message boards. Such as the EVE Online[[1]] message boards.

Disinformation Strategy

Disinformation Strategy, In the context of politics, it is the deliberate attempt to deflect support of an opponent, disseminating false statements of innuendo based on vulnerabilities as revealed by opposition research. It also includes the distortion of true information in such a way as to render it useless.

Economic power Strategy

Economic power Strategy, is a nation's ability to coerce or induce another nation to perform a course of action, through economic effects upon another political body

Enemy of my Enemy Strategy

Enemy of my Enemy Strategy, aka "The Enemy of my Enemy is my friend" strategy refers to the idea of getting in contact with the enemies of your enemies and creating a diplomatic relationship. That benefits both you. This relationship does not need be long lasting but can be created to span the time of meeting a set objective of Defeating each others mutual enemy. In the diplomatic agreement, it can be stated that once the mutual objective of killing each others mutual enemy the diplomatic agreement ends.

However often times this simple yet effective agreement can have the side effect of creating a new permanent friend.

Entrapment Strategy

Entrapment Strategy, is when you want to declare war on an alliance whom you have NO real justifiable reason to attack... You need to create a reason to.

One way is to make an Ally of a smaller alliance, whom you expect will soon be attacked by your target. Once your target declares war on your ally, they in essence declared war on you. Thus now giving you justifiable reason to attack.

Hard Power Strategy

Hard power lies at the command end of the spectrum of behaviours and describes a nation's ability to coerce or induce another nation to perform a course of action. This can be done through military power which consists of coercive diplomacy, war and alliance using threats and force with the aim of coercion, deterrence and protection. Alternatively economic power can be used which relies on aid, bribes and economic sanctions in order to induce and coerce. Hard power is often threatening.

Heroism Strategy

Heroism Strategy is, just as products can be sold with celebrities, politics can be maneuvered with ideals and celebrities. One motivation to use such a tactic is the sheer success rate, and this tactic is common to both sides of many contests.

Another motivation, is that success is based on the merits of the ideal, or the celebrity, not upon the issue. Hence, obscure and even unpopular objectives can thus be achieved.

Placating Strategy

Placating Strategy, is telling people they're smart, or beautiful, or that they are absolutely right has been a mainstay of marketing and politics since ancient times. Telling people otherwise is often the fastest, surest way of alienating them or even turning them hostile toward the speaker. On the other hand, placating people is one of the fastest, surest ways of selling ideas or positions, as the merit of the idea or position will be far less important than if the position were to be presented in a more rational fashion. This technique is often combined with discrediting in a push-pull arrangement:

  • Placate the target audience
  • Paint the competitions words or actions as an implication that the target audience is not smart, beautiful, etcetera

This creates instant allegiance to the speaker, while creating hostility toward the speaker's opponent.

Pressure Strategy

Pressure Strategy, is a Strategy used to convince a neutral party to become an ally. By encouraging said neutral party's enemy to put pressure on them and attack them. The encouragement could be in several forms, including monetary and is often privately or anonymously done.

The neutral party is more likely to become an ally if they see a benefit to joining, including if that benefit the defense from an incoming unprovoked attacker.

Thousand Cuts Strategy

Thousand Cuts Strategy, or Death by a thousand cut is the political strategy of making gradual changes over time so that nobody notices or those that do notice do not raise much of a protest

Soft Power Strategy

Soft Power Strategy, is the resources from which soft power behavior is derived are culture (when it is attractive to others), values (when there is no hypocrisy in their application) and foreign policies (when they are seen as legitimate in the eyes of others). Unless these conditions are present, culture and ideas do not necessarily produce the attraction that is essential for soft power behavior.



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