Publications

Russia’s Phantom Battles

01/07/2020 Moscow's Memory Wars with Central and Eastern Europe The current Kremlin leadership does not plan to change its approach toward its interpretation of the key historical events of the 20th century. It is highly probable the memory wars will ...
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Post-truth and Post-elections in the Post-Covid Belarus: Theory and Practice of Meddling

16/06/2020 The most well-known influence operations by the Kremlin are in misinformation and in the field of election interference. The result of activities aimed at blurring the concept of the truth, the tasks of journalism, and turning the information field ...
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Active Measures – the Belarusian narrative in Ukraine

18/06/2020 “…The Kremlin aspires to sow chaos and discord and advance its agenda in targeted nations, particularly in Europe and former Soviet republics such as the Baltics and Ukraine. To do this, Russia effectively combines decades of experience in propaganda ...
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Kremlin’s Influence Operations: Working Out Countering Mechanisms for Eastern Partnership Member States

Kremlin's disinformation operations constitute a direct threat to democracies – both stable and emerging. They are aimed at undermining stability of our societies and manipulating our opinions and choices. The strategic objective such campaigns pursue is to weaken and destabilize ...
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Global Crisis of Trust and Disinformation. Vulnerable Citizens and Societies during COVID-19

The global information, security and cooperation system has been successfully hacked, and it will need to be restored and seriously reformed to protect against influence operations ...
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Russian Spring in the U.S.

The unrest and riots that erupted in the wake of George Floyd’s death is more evidence that a hybrid war is being waged against the United States, aimed at undermining its moral leadership. The war has a clear plan and ...
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The Illusion of Control

Russia’s Media Ecosystem and COVID-19 Propaganda Narratives Russia now faces a full-fledged COVID-19 crisis at home. The Russian media are diverting attention from the domestic situation and therefore is not reporting on prison riots, outbreaks and lockdowns across the country ...
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WEASA 2019 Publication. Democracies in a Digital Era: Legal, Political and Security Challenges

This publication was produced in the framework of the WEASA 2019 project, co-founded and co-financed by the College of Europe Natolin, the Polish American Freedom Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of the United States, with the support of the ...
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How to build the resilience of the country when your own government is spreading foreign disinformation? The case of Hungary

Although the phenomenon of foreign-led disinformation has existed for almost a century, there is no single solution to counter it, due to the very nature of this method – and will probably never be. Instead of trying to find a ...
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A Change of Tactics

But Russia Has Not Changed Its Strategy over COVID-19 While Russia aims to use a proven strategy and see the lifting of sanctions by the EU, the Kremlin's ultimate concern is to restore former imperial greatness ...
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JOINT STRATEGY

for Countering Russia's Pressure on Europe Aimed at Rolling Back Sanctions In Ukrainian The community of Ukrainian nonprofits, think tanks, independent experts, and media outlets finds unacceptable the attempts of certain political circles in Europe, which have been playing up ...
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Someone Will Not Like It

The buyer chooses a supplier. The problem is that we need the infrastructure that will make this choice possible. Today, Belarus has a choice between the three largest oil producers in the world – Russia, Saudi Arabia and the United ...
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