Video includes discussion before and after screening
The Master Plan analyzes the Russian government’s propaganda war in Europe, as particularly waged in the Baltics, to destabilize Western social and political institutions there. Tactics explored include spreading disinformationon current and historical events, promoting bogus NGOs and funding political figures aligned with Moscow.
The Master Plan features insights from experts including Anne Applebaum, columnist for The Washington Post; Lev Gudkov, Director of the Levada Center; Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former Prime Minister of Denmark and Secretary General of NATO; Julian Lindley-French, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Statecraft; Edward Lucas, Editor of The Economist; and others.
The Master Plan is a joint production of Re:Baltica – The Baltic Center for Investigative Journalism, Mistrus Media (Latvia), Monoklis (Lithuania) and Allfilm (Estonia) film studios.
Featuring a Discussion with
H.E. Eerik Marmei, Ambassador of Estonia
H.E. Andris Razans, Ambassador of Latvia
H.E. Rolandas Krisciunas, Ambassador of Lithuania
Sanita Jemberga and Inga Springe, Co-Creators of the film
James Jay Carafano, Ph.D.,
Vice President, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy,
and the E. W. Richardson Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Manager, International and Diplomatic Programs, The Heritage Foundation
~ Screening ~ Panel Discussion ~ Reception ~