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By Jolanta Darczewska

ISBN-10: 8362936452

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Details battle has an extended culture in Russia. over the last few years it's been redefined, utilizing geopolitical conception as its starting place. in response to this thought, info struggle is a method utilized by the kingdom to accomplish its leads to overseas, local and household politics and likewise to achieve geopolitical virtue. Geopolitics has additionally supplied Russia with ideological arguments in its procedure for contention with the West. in preference to the ideology of liberalism, it promotes a “neoconservative post-liberal energy suffering for a simply multipolar global, protecting culture, conservative values and precise liberty.” It offers an evidence for the interior quandary in Ukraine and grounds for the annexation of Crimea by way of Russia within the context of contention among ‘Eurasian civilisation’ and the ‘US-led Atlantic civilisation.’
This textual content is an try and reconstruct an summary of the data war idea in accordance with the writings of the prime representatives of Russian geopolitics, Igor Panarin and Aleksandr Dugin, and likewise its utilized use throughout the operation in Crimea.

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Info struggle has an extended culture in Russia. during the last few years it's been redefined, utilizing geopolitical conception as its origin. in response to this thought, info conflict is a way utilized by the nation to accomplish its leads to overseas, local and household politics and likewise to achieve geopolitical virtue.

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The ‘scientific’ grounds for this belief are provided by the geopolitical doctrine which calls for informational aggression to be directed mainly against Russia’s geopolitical opponents (the West – above all, the USA and NATO). 33 agents’ (2012), the anti-gay act (2013), and above all the consistent building of the scientific and research base dealing with information warfare, as well as developing the base to ensure organisational, media, ideological, legislative, diplomatic, social, academic and culture circles’ along with other support.

A long list of pro-Kremlin internet forums (http://aftershoc; http://avanturist. ru) and blogs written by so-called ‘patriots’ (see for example: http://nstarikov. ru/blog/9558) can be found on this portal. by and others). Yuri Baranchik, an ethnic Russian from Belarus, who until recently presented himself as an administrator of the imperiya. ” Many new news agencies and portals have been created. ru originated from Regnum, the news agency targeted at countries in the near abroad and Russia’s north-western neighbours.

This doctrine is geopolitical, Eurasian, anti-liberal and oriented towards rivalry with the West and Russia’s dominance in Eurasia. For this reason, the key tasks of rational public debate is and will continue in the immediate future to be to set limits on the space available to Russian political myths and ideologised propaganda actions, and to explain the mechanisms and goals of such actions.

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