The Fog of Modern Warfare

The Fog of Modern Warfare

Russia’s disinformation campaign in Bulgaria By Vanya Denevska, parliamentary secretary, Bulgarian Ministry of Defence In early 2018, Russian hybrid actions were stepped up to hinder…

Read Article →
Montenegro’s Media War

Montenegro’s Media War

False narratives defined the battle over NATO membership By Marija Blagojevic, Advisor to the president of the Parliament of Montenegro On June 5, 2017, Montenegro became…

Read Article →
Communicating in a Crisis

Communicating in a Crisis

Lessons from the May Floods in Serbia By Želimir Kešetovic, University of Belgrade, faculty of security studies; Predrag Maric, Republic of Serbia, assistant minister of…

Read Article →
A Difficult Passage

A Difficult Passage

North Macedonia’s turn to the West By Dr. Bekim Maksuti and Dr. Sebastian von Münchow In March 2019, U.S. Army Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti, then NATO…

Read Article →
Listening Without Prejudice

Listening Without Prejudice

Using blockchain technology to counter propaganda in a ‘fake news’ era By Maj. (Ret.) Susan N. Osembo, Kenya Ministry of Defence Joseph Goebbels, the Reich…

Read Article →
Commanding the Trend

Commanding the Trend

Social media as information warfare By Lt. Col. Jarred Prier, U.S. Air Force The adaptation of social media as a tool of modern warfare should…

Read Article →
The Power of Memes

The Power of Memes

Why NATO’s member states should embrace the potent digital tool By Maj. Matthew Schleupner, U.S. Army n 2017 there were 2.46 billion unique social media…

Read Article →
The Age of Post-Truth

The Age of Post-Truth

Communications challenges on Europe’s eastern flank  By Dr. Ralf Roloff and Dr. Pál Dunay, College of International and Security Studies, George C. Marshall European Center for…

Read Article →
From Georgia to Crimea

From Georgia to Crimea

Russia adjusts its information operations to fit the conflict By Emilio J. Iasiello Russia has a long history of propaganda and disinformation operations — techniques…

Read Article →
Deterrence in a Hybrid Environment

Deterrence in a Hybrid Environment

Defending against nonlinear threats By Col. John J. Neal, U.S. Army Cold War deterrence theories are no longer sufficient to guide states in the current…

Read Article →