Propaganda is commonly associated with dictatorships, such as North Korea or Putin’s Russia. However, as Western liberal democracies are facing new and unprecedented threats – including the rise of right-wing populists and foreign meddling in electoral processes – the term has experienced a dramatic inflation in recent years.
In this lecture, Dr Olli Hellmann will address fundamental questions about propaganda:
How does it work?
Why should we care?
How can propaganda be distinguished from other threats to democracy, such as “fake news” and online misinformation?
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