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Johanna Möhring (if helpful, one could point to synergies with “Nature of power in the 21st
century” programme at the Institute)

Output 2:
Page 10 Output 2 – indicator 1
Baseline:
Update to/ expansion of French study already completed assessing existence of
networks promoting and spreading Russia-friendly positions in the French national
security community, especially in French military academies.
Sources:
All data to be researched by Institute
Milestones:
Completion of report
Target & Date:
Second half of 2018
Box on the right:
Given the sensitive nature of the topic, this written report should at least initially be
used for a private briefing of competent authorities.
Page 14 Output 2 – indicator 8 (new!)
Baseline:
Devising and undertaking work to determine the relevance of the work on Russian
disinformation and malign influence in Europe as part of an overall Russian strategy
of confrontation to undermine the Euro-Atlantic defence and security community
Sources:
All data to be researched by Institute
Milestones:
Completion of report; seminar(s)?

Target & Date:
Second half of 2018/ first quarter of 2019
Box on the right:
In-depth study as to how Russian disinformation fits into a continuum of Russia's
confrontation with the West, and if and how countering disinformation can play a role
in preventing an escalation. This report will also feature cross-country comparison of
experience.
Page 14 Output 2 – indicator 9 (new!)
Baseline:
Devising and undertaking research to determine the relevance of the work on Russian
disinformation and malign influence in Europe in comparison with China's use of
information as part of an overall Chinese strategy of dominance.
Sources:
All data to be researched by Institute
Milestones:
Completion of report; seminar(s)?
Target & Date:
Second half of 2018/ first quarter of 2019
Box on the right:
Research on similarities and differences of China's and Russia's approaches to
disinformation. This report will feature comparisons of country experiences, and try
to assess whether there are signs of Russia and China learning from each other and/
or coordinating their activities. It will also delve into the technicalities of Russian and
Chinese information infrastructure.
Output 3:
Page 23? Output 3, Indicator 11 (new!) or add to Indicator 10?
Baseline:

Strengthen the knowledge and expand the influence of the core expert community by
fostering exchange with military personnel and policymakers, feeding experiences
and lessons learned from Russian disinformation campaigns into thinking about how
Russia is using different power vectors in conjunction, among them military power,
in our current strategic environment.
Sources:
All events to be organised and all data to be researched by Institute
Milestones:
Holding of seminar(s)
Target & Date:
2018/ 2019
Box on the right:
Information operations are but one element of a broader challenge requiring a
comprehensive strategic response from the West. How do they fit together with
Russia's concept of military power? These seminars will also provide a historic
perspective, detailing how information has featured as part of the art of war in the
past, both in non-western and western strategy.


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