Anti-EU propaganda - 8th Parliamentary term
Datum der Veranstaltung: 11/01/2018
The EU is under growing pressure from disinformation by countries, non-state actors and terrorist groups which promote violence and use pseudo-news agencies and internet trolls to challenge democratic values and divide Europe.
The EU has been increasingly hit by destabilising messagesamounting – in different forms and to different degrees – to coherent hostile ‘strategic communications’ campaigns, or the processes of infusing communications activities with an agenda or plan to impact the behaviour of a target audience.
MEPs condemn Russia, China and Iran’s aggressive use of propaganda and disinformation, which seek to undermine European democracies
MEPs debate the influence of Russian propaganda on EU countries and its alleged attempts to influence elections in some EU countries through misinformation