STRATCOMCOE book delves into fake news phenomenon

A new book published by the Latvia-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) takes a refreshing look at the well-worn fake news phenomenon .

Produced in association with the the King’s Centre for Strategic Communications (KCSC) in the United Kingdom, ‘Fake News – A Road Map’, explores the character, consequences, and challenges of fake news in a series of short and very entertaining essays by students.

Fake News: A Roadmap editorsMike Collier/LSM

Editors Leonie Haiden and Jente Althuis told LSM about the origin and aims of the book. As well as hard copies of the book, a PDF version can be downloaded from the STRATCOMCOE website

The book was presented on the final day of the annual Riga StratCom Dialogue on June 13. You can watch the various sessions involved in this year's event archived at the official website.

And if you are in the mood for even more on a fake news theme, the Stockholm School of Economics in Rīga also produced a publication on the theme.

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