is a member of the Psychological Operations Regiment, enlisting after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a quadruple major in History, Middle Eastern Studies, Government, and Psychology, later earning an MA in Security Policy. As a consultant for the Culper Group, Salil helps clients with strategic communication, focusing on identifying and neutralizing deception and disinformation. Visit www.TheCulperGroup.net or contact him via [email protected]
Looking back at 2007 and Darfur
Back during my second run at college I wrote for the Daily Texan. Here’s a piece worth revi...
American Universities and Influence Research
Recently, you’ve probably heard a lot about Influence Activities or Influence Operations, usual...
UT Austin rejects communist influence
The Chinese government has spent the last several years developing soft power and influence capab...
Hawaiian nuclear alert: What if it was real?
Saturday the Civil Defense system in Hawaii sent out a mass alert regarding an inbound ballistic ...
Russia’s viral hero story almost certainly Kremlin propaganda
In what continues to be an amazing 21st-century information coup, even stalwart and patriotic U.S...
Should a Navy SEAL be Leading our ISIS Counter-Propaganda Efforts?
I’m not a betting man, but I’m fairly certain Daesh isn’t using their shooters ...
Are Clinton and Trump Too Powerful to Touch?
Vice President Gerald Ford stated, “Our Constitution works. Our great republic is a government ...
Army Shuts Down Human Terrain System
With hardly a peep, the Army recently closed the book on the controversial Human Terrain System (...
SAS operator who singlehandedly stopped terrorist attack recognized2
Deadly explosion in Beirut leaves 300,000 homeless, hundreds dead3
A foreword to “Brothers of the Cloth,” a Delta Force memoir by George E. Hand IV4
Israeli Special Operations team wipes out armed group5
Plight of former Green Berets caught in Venezuela continues
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