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NATO's Barbora Maronkova provides a walk through the Alliance's 70-year history of public engagement. 

CPD Research Fellow Barbora Maronkova suggests that for Ukraine to tell its own story, the country should focus on reforms.

Barbora Maronkova discusses the relationship between NATO and Ukraine, and its effects on public diplomacy

 

Barbora Maronkova on how civil society rose to the occasion in the fight against disinformation in Ukraine.

Background, by MIH83

How the "post-truth" trend of misinformation is affecting NATO, and how the organization can fight back.

Mobile Phones, by Geralt

The organization has come a long way in terms of digital communications strategy.

      Assistant Secretary Nuland Participates in the NATO-Georgia Commission Foreign Ministers Meeting (28071842412).jpg More details U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Toria Nuland represents the United States on July 8, 2016, during a NATO-Georgia Commission Foreign Ministers meeting held on the sidelines of the NATO Summit - attended by President Obama and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry - at the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland. [State Department Photo/Public Domain

NATO's Barbora Maronkova on the recent Summit in Warsaw.

NATO Summit Protest

Once bombed by NATO forces, now Montenegro is in talks to become the newest member.