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INFORMATION OPERATIONS IN RUSSIA’S FOREIGN POLICY ARSENAL: TARGETING RELATIONS BETWEEN POLAND AND UKRAINE

Information security has become a strategically important aspect of international relations. Rapid development of information and communications technologies increases its importance. This paper focuses on the analysis of Russia’s capabilities to achieve its foreign policy goals through methods of negative informational impact. Attempts to undermine the information security of Poland and Ukraine and to provoke tensions between the two countries are taken as an example.

Volodymyr Solovian
Centre for Army, Conversion and Disarmaments Studies, Ukraine
Michał Marek
Jagiellonian University, Poland

Information security has become a strategically important aspect of international relations. Rapid development of information and communications technologies increases its importance. This paper focuses on the analysis of Russia’s capabilities to achieve its foreign policy goals through methods of negative informational impact. Attempts to undermine the information security of Poland and Ukraine and to provoke tensions between the two countries are taken as an example. Volodymyr SolovianCentre for Army, Conversion and Disarmaments Studies, Ukraine Michał Marek Jagiellonian University, Poland
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Volodymyr Solovian

Volodymyr Solovian, PhD student, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Faculty of Philosophy. Head of foreign policy projects at the Centre for Army, Conversion, and Disarmaments Studies (CACDS), Kyiv, Ukraine. Author of publications on the topic of security sector reform in Ukraine and information resilience.


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