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Under fire: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the global information space

In February, Russia launched an unprovoked and unjustified military attack against Ukraine, posing the gravest threat to Euro-Atlantic security in decades. As part of this attack, it has further invaded the global information space with everything from misleading narratives to deceiving images and flat-out lies. What communication tactics has the Kremlin used to justify war and to what impact? How effective has the communication response been by Ukraine and the West? Which of our long-standing assumptions and beliefs about Russian communication warfare have been confirmed or proven wrong?

10:00 - 11:30
UTC+3 (EEST)
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Amb. Juris Poikāns
Ambassador of Latvia to Poland
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Ms Liubov Tsybulska
Founder of the Centre for Strategic Communications and Information Security under the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine
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Mr Ross Burley
Co-Founder and Executive of the Centre for Information Resilience
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Dr Maxine David
Lecturer in European Studies at Leiden University and Research Fellow at the Global Europe Centre, University of Kent
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