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Disinformation

Hybrid CoE Research Report 11: How Ukraine fights Russian disinformation: Beehive vs mammoth

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Disinformation

Attribution of information influence operations is broken – this is how to fix it, suggests a new publication by NATO StratCom COE and Hybrid CoE

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Deterrence

Hybrid CoE Paper 12: Deterring hybrid threats: Towards a fifth wave of deterrence theory and practice

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Disinformation

Hybrid CoE Working Paper 13: The Kremlin’s messaging on Ukraine: Authorities and “media” hand in hand

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Russia

Hybrid CoE Strategic Analysis 30: Russia’s policy towards Belarus: Controlling more, giving back less

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Disinformation

Hybrid CoE Working Paper 11: Disinformation 2.0: Trends for 2021 and beyond

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Disinformation

Hybrid CoE Research Report 2: Effective state practices against disinformation: Four country case studies

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China

Non-state actors as state proxies: A new Hybrid Coe Research Report looks at the situation in China

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China

Hybrid CoE Research Report 1: China as a hybrid influencer: Non-state actors as state proxies

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Disinformation

Hybrid CoE Paper 5: Improving cooperation with social media companies to counter electoral interference

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Non-state actors

Hybrid CoE Strategic Analysis 15: How states use non-state actors. A modus operandi for covert state subversion and malign networks

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Disinformation

Hybrid CoE Paper 1: Countering disinformation: News media and legal resilience

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Deterrence

Hybrid CoE Paper 2: DETERRENCE – Proposing a more strategic approach to countering hybrid threats

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Resilience

Hybrid CoE Paper 3: Tackling the bureaucratic vulnerability: an A to Z for practitioners

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Cyber

OSINT practitioners exchange views with Facebook and Twitter

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Deterrence

Hybrid CoE launches a playbook on hybrid deterrence

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