Russia: A New Cold Media War?
Conversation starts at 6.30pm
The Groucho Club, Dean Street, W1D
Britain is in a new Cold War with Russia. Does that extend to a media war on both sides?
Will British journalists be expelled from Moscow, and, tit for tat, Russian journalists from London? What of the roles of RT (formerly Russia Today) and the BBC World Service in the propaganda war? Can Britain hope to win any cyber war over the army of state-sponsored Russian fake news and troll factories?
Big questions... Join us to try and find some answers on Monday, April 9 at The Groucho.
Chair: James Landale, Diplomatic Correspondent, BBC News
- Luke Harding, Moscow Correspondent, The Guardian (2007-2011). Author of Collusion: How Russia helped Trump win the White House and Mafia State
- Daria Litvinova: Reuters Institute of the Study of Journalism and Formerly of the Moscow Times and RIA Novosti
- Peter Conradi, Foreign Editor, The Sunday Times. Author of Who Lost Russia? How the World Entered a New Cold War
- Institute for Statecraft, London
Arrive at 6.30pm for a prompt 7pm start. This event is promoted by The Media Society in Association with The London Press Club.
- £10 for Media Society and London Press Club Members
- £15 for Guests and Non Members
- £5 for Students
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