Eurozone crisis Propaganda?: The EU's use of information campaigns
The purpose of this study is to examine whether the European Union's (EU) eurocrisis forms of traditional and social media are propaganda. Shortly after the eurocrisis started, the EU began to release favorable economic and European unity media. The EU blamed the United States and/or the Leman Brothers without placing blame on the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) started in 1998 or national/supranational problems. EU information campaigns are vast and cover many different aspects, but in 2013, the EU spent a total of $3.98 billion on information campaigns. The hypothesis asserts the European ...
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