The presentation of the Third Public Report of the Information Special Forces Association, titled Public Diplomacy and Hybrid War, took place on December 12, 2018 at 18.00 in Gostiny Dvor (109012, Moscow, Ilyinka St., 4) .
Since the beginning of the 21st century, public diplomacy has increasingly become the subject of the study of social sciences, but there are very few scientific works on public diplomacy from the point of view of the science of international relations.
Today, there is every reason to talk about a radical aggravation of the geopolitical and geo-economic situation in the world. The consequence of this was the increased danger of the spread of instability on the territory of Russia, primarily through the use of hybrid war technologies (misinformation, terrorism, etc.).
The peculiarity of the Third Report was that among the authors there are representatives not only of the CIS countries, but also of a country that has never been in the Soviet political space — Finland.
Panarin Igor Nikolaevich - Professor, Doctor of Political Sciences, full member of the Academy of Military Sciences of the Russian Federation, Head of the Information Special Forces Association.
Authors in the composition:
Panarin Igor Nikolaevich - Professor, Doctor of Political Sciences, full member of the Academy of Military Sciences of the Russian Federation, Honorary Professor of China State University of Petroleum (Beijing), Head of the Information Special Forces Association (Moscow).
Bakhriev Bakhri Khurshedovich - Postgraduate Student, Department of World Political Processes, MGIMO of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (Dushanbe, Tajikistan).
Beckman Johan — Doctor of Social and Political Sciences, Associate Professor at the University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland).
Anna Alekseyevna Velikaya - Candidate of Political Sciences, expert of the Gorchakova Foundation, member of the Expert Advisory Council for Social and Humanitarian Programs of Rossotrudnichestvo (Moscow).
Ivanovsky Alexander Vladimirovich - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of the Academy of Management under the President of the Republic of Belarus (Minsk).
Likhonosov Alexander Gerontievich - Doctor of Political Sciences, head of the expert group of the All-Russian Academy of Civil Service, Colonel (Moscow)
Marina Mikhailovna Lebedeva - Professor, Doctor of Political Sciences, Head. Department of World Political Processes, MGIMO of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (Moscow).
Melnikova Olga Andreevna - Counselor of the Russian Embassy in the People’s Republic of China, Head of the Representative Office of Rossotrudnichestvo in the People’s Republic of China, Postgraduate Student of the Department of International Relations of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry (Beijing).
Dmitry Popov - Candidate of Law, Senior Researcher of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (Krasnodar).
Alexander V. Sharikov - Professor of the National Research University “Higher School of Economics”, member of the International Academy of Television and Radio, deputy chief editor of the journal “Communications. Media Design ”(Moscow).
Table of contents
1. Public diplomacy: characterization of the concept and basic approaches.
2. The relationship of public diplomacy and hybrid war.
- “Soft power” and hybrid war.
3.1. “Soft power” vs propaganda.
3.2. “Soft power” in the educational process of NATO, as an element of hybrid warfare
3.3. Manage community networking groups at the local level.
- Hybrid and information-psychological threats of a new type. Anti-Russian special operations of the hybrid war of Western intelligence services.
New organizations and structures.
5. “Soft power” and public diplomacy — the Russian approach.
- Russian-language radio broadcasting abroad.
7. US Public Diplomacy.
The target audience.
8. Digital Diplomacy USA.
9. Peculiarities of public diplomacy of leading global actors in Central Asia (on the example of the Russian Federation, the United States, China)
Central Asian context for projecting “soft power”.
Russian public diplomacy in Central Asia.
US public diplomacy in Central Asia.
Central Asian direction of public diplomacy in China.
MEMORANDUM on the creation of the Association “Information Special Forces”.
The goals and objectives of the Association “Information Special Forces.”
United Nations Information Charter.
See Report Report.
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