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Political techniques in modern authoritarian regimes
Special Project » Political techniques in modern authoritarian regimes

Over the last century we have observed the active dissemination of new authoritarian regimes that force out democratic ones. Modern authoritarianism can no longer be perceived as an archaic form of a political system. It demonstrated viability, sustainability, and expansion potential. It is largely related to the formation of new technological forms of control over various spheres, as well as to the use of a wide range of modern technical resources that enable the production of large-scale media pictures of an alternative reality, provide for the formation and direction of the public opinion, influence on forming an identity, and so on. This new political techniques reality requires special treatment, both from the practical and from the research points of view. The project “Political techniques in modern authoritarian regimes” seeks to give a meaning and analyze various aspects of technological support, society’s and people’s features that enable large-scale propaganda and manipulations of public opinion. Apart from that, it also seeks to find ways to confront the unfolding consciential war.

Аrticles of special project «Political techniques in modern authoritarian regimes»

Gintautas Mažeikis: The relation of political field and arena in the framework of information war
Gintautas Mažeikis: The relation of political field and arena in the framework of information war
In his report, philosopher Gintautas Mažeikis discusses several concepts that have been a part of the European social and philosophical thought for quite a time.  27.01.2016 | 07:01
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Five
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Five
Political techniques of the third generation present a threat to the European space and should be equated with weapons of mass destruction, asserts Uladzimir Matskevich in the final report.  29.12.2015 | 21:00
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Four
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Four
What hide the political techniques of the 3rd generation and why do they inevitably tend to invade the sphere of consciousness and the neighboring countries, reasons philosopher Uladzimir Matskevich.  28.12.2015 | 14:00
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Three
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Three
In his third report Uladzimir Matskevich analyses the methods and techniques by which political technicians of the third generation manage protest electorate and public consciousness.  27.12.2015 | 14:00
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Two
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part Two
The second report of the philosopher and methodologist Uladzimir Matskevich is dedicated to the process of the political techniques’ emergence and “generations” change in the post-Soviet space.  26.12.2015 | 14:00
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part One
Uladzimir Matskevich’s video reports “Political techniques of the third generation” — Part One
The first report of the Belarusan philosopher and methodologist is dedicated to the introduction of the concept of “political techniques of the third generation”.  25.12.2015 | 14:00
Political techniques of the third generation
Political techniques of the third generation
The elections held in September in Russia have changed nothing in the country, or almost nothing.  25.11.2013 | 01:46
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Gintautas Mažeikis: The relation of political field and arena in the framework of information war

In his report, philosopher Gintautas Mažeikis discusses several concepts that have been a part of the European social and philosophical thought for quite a time.

“It is our big joint work”

It is impossible to change life in cities just in three years (the timeline of the “Agenda 50” campaign implementation). But changing the structure of relationships in local communities is possible.

Shhh! Belarus Wants You to Think It’s Turning Over a New Leaf

Minsk’s muddled media clampdown could jeopardize warming of relations with the West.

Mikhail Matskevich: How to create a local agenda and make it a problem solving tool

To achieve changes, you need to be interested in them and stop pinning all hopes on the state.