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Author: Tomasz Kubiak

Intelligence and counterintelligence in the information war

In today’s world, intelligence and information are inextricably and even more connected; the doctrine views intelligence as information that a state finds essential in making a decision.

December 19, 2020 - New Eastern Europe / Tomasz Kubiak

Russian propaganda in Belarus

Since the beginning of the protests the presence of the Russian media and its “journalists” in Belarus has significantly increased.

December 18, 2020 - New Eastern Europe / Tomasz Kubiak

“Deep fake” as a weapon of the new generation

Although fake news may be really dangerous, there is a lesser-known new media which might pose a more serious threat: the deep fake.

December 16, 2020 - New Eastern Europe / Tomasz Kubiak

Russia’s information warfare

In contrast to western states, the Russian autocratic system enables the Kremlin to implement their policies faster and more efficiently, including in the information space.

December 14, 2020 - New Eastern Europe / Tomasz Kubiak

The information war is here

By the end of the Cold War, the danger of military conflicts in Europe had been reduced. Nevertheless, European nations still face a number of threats to their national security, although the type of threats has changed significantly, as has the nature of war.

December 12, 2020 - New Eastern Europe Tomasz Kubiak

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