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Institute for Statecraft
Production timetable March-June 2016
As at: 24 03 2016

17 March Atlantic Council: Yes, Putin really believes his own propaganda, Ben Nimmo
18 March VUB: Confuse, divide and rule; How Russia drives Europe apart. Dr Sibren De Jong
21 March Newsweek: Putin's paranoia is driving his foreign adventures, Ben Nimmo
22 March, UK House of Commons: Russian information warfare - airbrushing reality,
Jonathan Eyal and Ben Nimmo
24 March: eight complaints forwarded to Ofcom on RT's failure to ensure due impartiality
with request to launch a formal investigation
22-29 March VUB:
- Western European narratives about Baltic military weakness. Dr. Andriy Tyushka,
Baltic Defence College.

Political warfare and disinformation in the context of EU-Russia relations; James
Rogers, Dean of the Baltic Defence College.


How Western Europeans talk about the Minsk agreements, their shortcomings and
the future of Ukraine's place in Europe. Dr. Svitlana Kobzar, RAND Europe/Vesalius
College. (in editorial preparation)

5 April: Russia and the European far left, Peter Kreko - 5000 words
5 April: The Russian Party in France (in French) Francoise Thom
5 April: Distract, Deceive, Destroy: Putin at War in Syria, Atlantic Council, Ben Nimmo et al
(feature expected in the Guardian on 6 April), 10,000 words
12 April (approx): Russia and the European far right, Anton Shekhovtsov - 2000 words
15 April (approx) VUB: Russian influence, James Sherr - 1500 words
19 April (approx): Information warfare, David Clark
19 April (approx): RT and Sputnik: An initial analysis of penetration, Greg Chojecki and Ben
Nimmo, 2500 words

April TBC Russian export of its values to Europe: the Orthodox Church and other vectors,
Peter Kreko
Early May timeframe: Russian penetration in Germany, Harold Elletson, Ben Nimmo et al 10,000 words
11 May: VUB/IES EU Conference, Brussels; (a) panel on Russia, the far right and far left,
Brussels; (b) Conference panel on Russian fake media,
mid-May time frame: Report on Russian trolls and far-right ties, Jessikka Aro
mid-May time frame: Predicting Putin, study of Russian strategic narrative and policy
implications, Atlantic Council policy brief, Ben Nimmo
24/5 May: (TBC) Joint workshop with London First to address the Russian influence on
8 June: (TBC) Workshop in Brussels launching the Integrity Initiative; website etc
Mid-June: Mapping Russia's messaging penetration via RT and Sputnik, Greg Chojecki and
Ben Nimmo (5000 words)
End-June: Mapping Russia's whole influence machine, Ben Nimmo - 10,000 words

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