Security & Resilience

The Russian Orthodox Church: Faith, Power and Conquest

Until recently, the Russian Orthodox Church was a subject that interested few outside expert circles. That dramatically changed in late 2018 when the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople granted autocephaly (independence) to the Orthodox Church of Ukraine. The reverberations of this decision — religious, political and geopolitcal — underscore the importance that the Church once again plays in Russian policy.

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Autumn School Resilience League 2019 on disinformation and societal polarisation

International Autumn School Resilience League 2019 gathered around 70 young professionals and experienced experts from the Baltic states, Sweden, Germany, Great Britain, Ukraine, Belarus and other countries. During the 6-day long event, participants discussed various aspects related to cognitive resilience against hostile disinformation, societal polarisation and harmful radicalisation.

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Communications and Information Security Experts from Ukraine Visited Estonia

In November 2019, more than 20 representatives of various partner organisations, local municipalities and regions of the South-East of Ukraine, journalists, public figures, opinion leaders and civil experts in the field of communications and information security visited Estonia to get acquainted with the Estonian colleagues and exchange experiences, as well as discuss ideas for joint projects.

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