1 Propaganda can be described as a method of communication, by State organs or individuals, aimed at influencing and manipulating the behaviour of people in a certain predefined way. The element of influence and manipulation is at the centre of the concept, and distinguishes it from mere factual information. The notion of propaganda remains, however, relatively unclear from an international law perspective, since propaganda is not on the whole regulated by international law. In the past, various meanings have been attributed to the term propaganda, and no...
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