The article about Crimean IO forces was published in English in five different places, almost simultaneously, and picked up at some aggragate sites:
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This has nothing to do with Information Operations, propaganda, or media disinformation. I read the following article and somehow ‘feel’ it’s pertinent.
Oh, and humorous too. 722 more words
Assessing and Evaluating Department of Defense Efforts to Inform, Influence, and Persuade
Christopher Paul, Jessica Yeats, Colin P. 235 more words
Andrei Lunyov is a Russian TV reporter, he is dressed in Russian military gear and Russian camouflage, he is covering the Russian side of a Russian-initiated war that has killed over six thousand people in a country that, less than two years ago, was at peace….am I supposed to feel a lot of compassion for this guy being there? 120 more words
The KaPo (Internal Security Service) annual review is perhaps the most important security publication of the year in Estonia. Although, as is accustomed to security agencies, it offers few details, it does outline trends and offers an overview of the year’s most important security-related events. 895 more words