Resisting foreign state propaganda in the new information environment: The case of EU member states, Russia and the Eastern partnership countries

19.09.2016

The new collection of articles “Resisting foreign state propaganda in the new information environment: The case of EU member states, Russia and the Eastern partnership countries” is a part of the project “Resisting state propaganda in the new information environment: The case of EU member states and EU Eastern Partnership states vis-a-vis the Russiain Federation publication/research” organised by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) with the support of Brīvības un Solidaritātes Fonds (BSF).

One of the co – authors of the new book is Māris Cepurītis, researcher of the Centre for East European Policy Studies (CEEPS). His article focuses on the role of national strategic narrative as a tool for coping against foreign propaganda in European societies.

The book is available here.