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THE PLACE OF PAST EVENTS IN INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION WARS1 Alvydas Nikžentaitis (Lithuanian Institute of History) ABSTRACT This article presents an analysis of the role memory culture plays in information wars. Based on the examples of Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Poland and Belarus, it finds

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In: Lithuanian Historical Studies

Krieges beeinflussten den 35 Vgl. dazu den Literaturbericht von Süselbeck, Jan: Vorsicht, Military Turn! Die Sozial-, Kul- tur- und Medienwissenschaften rüsten sich für ein neues Modethema – „Information War“, in: Mittelweg 36 4 (2008), S. 60-68. 36 Erll, Astrid: Kollektives

In: Fortsetzung des Krieges mit anderen Mitteln
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information war intended to lull the enemy’s vigilance, in this case, we have a large number of sources that seem to confirm a change in UPA tactics (though not strategy). On March 3, SB commander “Tymchyi” (N.N.) wrote in an order to “Sivyi” (N.N.): “It is forbidden as such to liquidate the Poles, they may

In: From the Volhynian Massacre to Operation Vistula

intellectuals towards the peasant ( muzhik ) masses, an object of contempt and, at times, fear. 56 Interestingly, these attitudes re-emerged in another section of my interviews when participants discussed the so-called ‘Information War’. 57 Interestingly, a significant proportion viewed state media as

In: Russian Politics

Propagan- da zu klassifizieren, hieße , ihre Qualität zu unterschätzen.901 Im Vergleich zum Deutschen Reich beschränkte Großbritannien die Kunst- freiheit weniger. Das Ministry of Information war verglichen mit Goebbels Propagandaapparat eine ineffiziente „half-hearted and amateurish part

In: Fortsetzung des Krieges mit anderen Mitteln
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conflict in Ukraine and the multiple attempts of the EU and NATO to tackle the information war. Fig. 14.13 In Orthodox-majority countries, widespread support for Russia protecting Orthodox Christians In Orthodox-majority countries, widespread support for Russia protecting Orthodox Christians

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In: Politics, Society and Culture in Orthodox Theology in a Global Age
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shot being fi red. 67 Specifi cally they and other key leaders believe that Russia is already in an information war with America. Th us Gareyev stated that: Th e breakup of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia, the parade of “color revolutions” in Georgia, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan, and so on show how principal

In: Russian History
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und welche Information war gedacht? Vielleicht Zufall: 1968 veröffentlichte Papst Paul VI. die Enzyklika Humanae Vitae – zum Erzürnen vieler. In Medien und Politik hatten bald Bedenkenträger Konjunktur. Beliebt wurden Fortrechnungen wie die, dass der Zuwachs der Menschen von einer auf zwei

In: Werte entfalten - Gesellschaft gestalten
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and Peter Pomeranzev, “ Winning the Information War: Techniques and Counter-strategies to Russian Propaganda in Central and Eastern Europe ” ( cepa Report, August 2016), available at http://cepa.org/reports/winning-the-Information-War , accessed 15 September 2016. 17 Sreberny, “‘Not Only, But

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expressing their real opinions. The level of mistrust towards outsiders was extremely high. People have been affected as much by the information war as by the real war that it described. A stereotypical image has been formed in their minds of “war-mongering Georgians and their hypocritical western friends

In: Caucasus Survey