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Institute for Statecraft Production timetable March-June 2016



Institute for Statecraft Production timetable March-June 2016

As at: 24 03 2016

17 March Atlantic Council: Yes, Putin really believes his own propaganda, Ben Nimmo

18 March VUB: Confuse, divide and rule; How Russia drives Europe apart. Dr Sibren De Jong

21 March Newsweek: Putin's paranoia is driving his foreign adventures, Ben Nimmo

22 March, UK House of Commons: Russian information warfare - airbrushing reality, Jonathan Eyal and Ben Nimmo

24 March: eight complaints forwarded to Ofcom on RT's failure to ensure due impartiality with request to launch a formal investigation

22-29 March VUB: - Western European narratives about Baltic military weakness. Dr. Andriy Tyushka, Baltic Defence College. - Political warfare and disinformation in the context of EU-Russia relations; James Rogers, Dean of the Baltic Defence College. - How Western Europeans talk about the Minsk agreements, their shortcomings and the future of Ukraine's place in Europe. Dr. Svitlana Kobzar, RAND Europe/Vesalius College. (in editorial preparation)

5 April: Russia and the European far left, Peter Kreko - 5000 words

5 April: The Russian Party in France (in French) Francoise Thom

5 April: Distract, Deceive, Destroy: Putin at War in Syria, Atlantic Council, Ben Nimmo et al (feature expected in the Guardian on 6 April), 10,000 words

12 April (approx): Russia and the European far right, Anton Shekhovtsov - 2000 words

15 April (approx) VUB: Russian influence, James Sherr - 1500 words

19 April (approx): Information warfare, David Clark

19 April (approx): RT and Sputnik: An initial analysis of penetration, Greg Chojecki and Ben Nimmo, 2500 words April TBC Russian export of its values to Europe: the Orthodox Church and other vectors, Peter Kreko Early May timeframe: Russian penetration in Germany, Harold Elletson, Ben Nimmo et al - 10,000 words

11 May: VUB/IES EU Conference, Brussels; (a) panel on Russia, the far right and far left, Brussels; (b) Conference panel on Russian fake media, mid-May time frame: Report on Russian trolls and far-right ties, Jessikka Aro mid-May time frame: Predicting Putin, study of Russian strategic narrative and policy implications, Atlantic Council policy brief, Ben Nimmo

24/5 May: (TBC) Joint workshop with London First to address the Russian influence on London

8 June: (TBC) Workshop in Brussels launching the Integrity Initiative; website etc Mid-June: Mapping Russia's messaging penetration via RT and Sputnik, Greg Chojecki and Ben Nimmo (5000 words)

End-June: Mapping Russia's whole influence machine, Ben Nimmo - 10,000 words

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