I encourage you, going forward, not to look at our community with entitlement, but with personal responsibility.
For both the Czech Republic and the EU, Ukrainian experience is important because the methods that were and are being used by Russia against Ukraine are similar to those used by Russia in other countries.
In honor of the Day of the Defender of Ukraine and National Cybersecurity Month in the U.S., I am putting pen to paper some thoughts that may help citizens of both countries defend themselves, ourselves. Here are some top level considerations for self-defense in a now borderless news and information world.
For much of the 20th century, and especially after the end of World War II and the emergence of the Cold War, an ideological clash existed between Russia and the West. In fact, the Cold War itself was the culmination of and a sustainable period for this clash of ideologies.
Капітана Маркелова та старлєя Мудрицького поєднувало не лише ім’я Михайло. Обоє служили в КГБ. Їхні особові справи зберегли звуки пострілів у скроню українському народу.
We found a common thread in the importance of role models for women in Ukraine, success stories and most importantly the unique and oftentimes greatly misunderstood aspects of gender, and specifically gender stereotypes, in Ukraine.
They say the best way to compete with the Russian model is by having a better message.
What is the historical context of the current happenings? What are the reasons behind these events that caught so many by surprise and often are seemingly irrational?
Less known is the fact that EuroMaidan went beyond the Independence Square in Kyiv. It also took place in eastern Ukraine.
We had always attributed cyberattacks to Maidan website to Russians. Current findings confirm our previous conclusions.
Freedom of speech and global information war.
What are the markers of the victory in large-scale information war?
Individual and collective emotional defense against the large-scale psychological operations.
Maidan Monitoring Information Center (MMIC) has published in English recommendations for reform of Ukraine’s international information and communication security; a community-based approach for national roll-out.
In January 2016 Ukrainian scientists were shocked to discover the thesis in the field of Pedagogy that was written by Mrs. Kateryna Kyrylenko containing pseudoscience and plagiarism. Subsequent development of the story became a proof of the collapse in the Ukrainian scientific degree awarding system.
On August 15, the National Agency on Corruption Prevention of Ukraine launched an online asset declaration system to facilitate the transparent reporting of hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian officials of their income. However, this e-declaration system was launched after it was refused as safe and deemed noncompliant with the law.
The framework is intended for a broad English-speaking audience and presents facts about Ukraine, source terms, concepts and methodologies relevant to the Maidan Movement and the work and legacy of the Maidan Monitoring Information Center.