Date: 14 January 2019
New Warsaw Institute book “Countering Russia’s Disinformation and Propaganda in Georgia”
Warsaw Institute published a bilingual (Polish & Georgian) book “Countering Russia’s Disinformation and Propaganda in Georgia” by Małgorzata Zawadzka and Zviada Adzinbaia. The book is a part of a project: Disinformation in practice – identifying, researching and fighting harmful narratives in Georgia.
This book is a result of cooperation between the Warsaw Institute and the Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies. It serves as a summary of the Disinformation in Practice – Identifying, Researching and Fighting Harmful Narratives in Georgia project. It is addressed to representatives of central and local authorities, journalists, NGOs and clergy. The publication answers the question of how the media sphere of Georgia is sensitive to hostile information activities on the part of Russia and tells its recipients what steps should be taken to limit the negative impact in the sphere of information.
“Countering Russia’s Disinformation and Propaganda in Georgia” by Małgorzata Zawadzka and Zviad Adzinbaia offers to the wide audience:
- description of the issue
- presents case studies from Poland and Georgia
- serves practical recommendations
The publication is part of the Disinformation in Practice – Identifying, Researching and Fighting Harmful Narratives in Georgia project managed by the Warsaw Institute in cooperation with the Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies from July 2018. More information about the project here.
The book was financed by the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.