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Title: The menace of unreality: how the Kremlin weaponizes information, culture and money
Contributors: Pomerantsev, Peter
Weiss, Michael
Keywords: Ukraine Conflict (2014- )
Information warfare Russia (Federation)
Propaganda Russia (Federation)
Disinformation Russia (Federation)
Information warfare
Russia (Federation) Foreign relations 21st century
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Institute of Modern Russia
Place of Publication: New York, NY
Description: "A Special Report presented by The Interpreter, a project of the Institute of Modern Russia"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references. | Introduction -- Executive summary -- Background -- The Kremlin tool kit -- The new, non-linear internationale -- Ukraine and the advent of non-linear war -- Responses to 21st-century challenges -- Recommendations. | In the twenty-first century, information warfare has become the world's primary form of warfare, and effective countermeasures have yet to be developed. The report aims to help members of governments, civil society, and the media understand how the Kremlin's propaganda machine works and the challenges it presents to the West. It also provides a set of recommendations for how best to confront these challenges.
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