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Данилова Е. А.
Сравнительный анализ международного брендинга вооруженных сил и российский национальный брендинг инноваций в оборонно-промышленном комплексе как ответ на глобальные вызовы современности


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Данилова Е. А. Сравнительный анализ международного брендинга вооруженных сил и российский национальный брендинг инноваций в оборонно-промышленном комплексе как ответ на глобальные вызовы современности // Власть. 2017. Том. 25. № 7. С. 92-107.

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Статья посвящена сравнительному анализу брендинга вооруженных сил, военно-политических объединений и оборонной отрасли в целом в различных странах. В условиях роста угроз глобальной и национальной безопасности брендинг вооруженных сил неизбежно становится необходимой политической технологией для ведущих мировых держав. Включение символических ценностей безопасности в национальный имидж определяет позицию и конкурентоспособность государства на международной арене. Для России системная и последовательная реализация стратегии национального брендинга с опорой на компетенции оборонно-промышленного комплекса как одну из главных стратегических отраслей в российской промышленности является политической задачей номер один в целях роста геополитического влияния и патриотизма населения для консолидации нации перед лицом глобальных вызовов.

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национальный брендинг; брендинг вооруженных сил; армия; оборона; национальная безопасность; оборонно-промышленный комплекс

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