PROPAGANDA WITH NO RULES, OR INFORMATION CONFLICT IN COLD WAR

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The author examines the ways and methods of the ideological struggle between the USSR and the West after the Second World War (1947-1991) including open and secret forms of ideological influence, new technical means, and information institutions. The article focuses on the propaganda actions supporting the Vietnam and Afghan wars, and the conflicts between the NATO and the Warsaw Treaty Organization. It also demonstrates the forms of the national image-making (how a positive or a negative image of a country was constructed), the using of sanctions and the undermining of the pacifist movement.

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Elena Anatol'evna Kotelenets

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: kotelelena@yandex.ru
Department of Russian History

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