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Ecuador analyzes NATO’s cognitive warfare strategy


Ecuador analyzes NATO’s cognitive warfare strategy

Quito, Apr 12 (Prensa Latina) NATO's cognitive war strategy was analyzed today in this capital, at the closing of the International Forum: "Hugo Chavez at Present", in honor of the former President of Venezuela.

The topic was addressed by psychologist Ricardo Chang, before representatives of social and political organizations, as well as diplomatic officials from several countries attending the two-day event, organized by the Coordinator for Peace, Sovereignty, Integration and Non-interference (CPAZ).

“We are in the midst of a dispute for global hegemony, between the decadent empire of the United States and emerging powers such as Russia and China, which is evidenced in a crisis marking a transition towards the process of neoliberal and culturally Anglo-Saxon and white, Western globalization orientation”, he estimated.

The statement was part of the lecture: “The advent of the cognitive war announced by NATO: Will it be a new threat for Venezuela?”, in which he considered that we are living in the middle of the end of the unipolar world.

However, he considered that although capabilities of the North American country cannot be underestimated, the decline of the US world hegemony is also due to the exhaustion of the project of the new American century.

As for the way to confront this power, he warned that it is necessary to work for peace, beyond proclaiming it, as a constituent element of the self-deployment of all the capabilities of the human being.

Chang’s intervention ended the Forum developed for the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the return of Hugo Chavez to the presidency of Venezuela after a coup d’état against him, which failed thanks to the civil-military union of the people and the Armed Forces.


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