2016 | 1(6) Kryzys ukraiński i jego znaczenie dla bezpieczeństwa międzynarodowego: aspekty militarno-polityczne | 57-82
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Since the beginning, informational conflict was an intrinsic component of the hybrid war in Eastern Ukraine, serving a number of well-defined goals. Although the main narrative pole was directed against the pro-Western Ukrainians, there are constant references to the EU and NATO member states, including Romania and Poland. Using discourse analysis, cognitive-emotional maps and scenario method, applied to content selected from the Romanian media from August 2014 to September 2015, we aimed to identify the main narrative threads about the two countries. The goal is to identify potential risks and threats addressed to the two U.S. strategic partners that are hosting on their territory elements of the U.S. missile shield.
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  • „Mihai Viteazul” National Intelligence Academy
  • Eurasian Geography and Economics
  • GeoPolitica
  • Teaching Ethics
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