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Tue, Mar 05

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Galvanize Amphitheater

The Fog of War: Understanding the Kremlin's Disinformation in a Global Context

In this PCFR event, hear from panelist on Russia's disinformation machine and its global influence

The Fog of War: Understanding the Kremlin's Disinformation in a Global Context
The Fog of War: Understanding the Kremlin's Disinformation in a Global Context

Time & Location

Mar 05, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Galvanize Amphitheater, 515 E Grant St, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA

About the event

This is a ticketed event:

PCFR members $5

Non-members $15

To register, please visit PCFR event page

Join PCFR on March 5 for an in-depth discussion on the Kremlin's disinformation campaigns in Russia, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, and the global community.

For many years, the Kremlin has been using disinformation tactics to deepen animosities and conflicts in the West, while trying to promote an alternative Russian version of a peaceful world. However, since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022, these disinformation campaigns have become more widespread and have infiltrated every aspect of daily life, including religion, energy, elections, national security, and literature.

This event will feature a discussion with Dr. Kristóf György Veres, a Senior Research Fellow at the Danube Institute and Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for the National Interest; Brigham McCown, a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute; and Mónika Palotai, a Senior Research Fellow at the Religious Freedom Institute, who will discuss the Kremlin's disinformation campaigns in Russia, their tactics across Ukraine and Europe, and their impact on transatlantic security.

The moderator for the program will be Alexey Gorbachev, a journalist and anchor for the TV show "Why It Matters?", produced by Voice of America.

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