Strategic communications in the focus of Ukraine - EU - NATO cooperation under the present conditions

The peculiarity of the hybrid war is that it is carried out in disguise and is aimed not at the physical capture of the whole country, although it is not excluded taking control over separate areas or the entire territory, but to obtain patronage over the state that is achieved through influence on the population, politicians, business and power structures. Therefore, countering hybrid threats requires attention to improving the sustainability of society.

The paper “Strategic communications in the focus of Ukraine - EU - NATO cooperation under the present conditions” analyzes the current information threats and opportunities to counter them in Ukraine, the EU and NATO, and the current state and development of cooperation between them in the field of strategic communications. Based on the identified gaps in the development of strategic communications in Ukraine and its cooperation with the EU and NATO, and the forecast of potential problems and directions for the further development of such cooperation are outlined, and recommendations are made for increasing its effectiveness.

The research was prepared by the Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI”, with the support and in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Office in Ukraine. The study was initiated in partnership with the European Neighborhood Council (Brussels).

Its content is an exceptional responsibility of the Center for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

 



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