Factors fueling 'failed' states and assessing the preventing measures
"Information Warfare: Weaponization of Social Media and its Impact on Shaping Public Narrative in India"
Dragan Damjanovic defined information warfare as ?A targeted effort to undercut and neutralize the enemy?s command and control system to protect and coordinate the activities of the command-and-control system of friendly forces ?.
The proposal seeks to examine the overall impact of information warfare on the public narratives of the current establishment in India.
1. What are the similarities and dissimilarities between authoritarian states and democratic states in terms of Information Warfare strategies?
2. To what extent has the Information Warfare strategies of state and non-state actors on social media platforms influenced the public narrative in India?
3. What measures has the Indian state undertaken to enhance its cyber capabilities with regards to Information Warfare?
My area of research will be impact of Covid 19 on Fundamental Rights with special emphasis on Education sector. My research will also focus on how in this covid situation Article 21 of the Indian Constitution which speaks of Right to live got affected.
International Studies, Political Science and History
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